No Cost Psychological First Aid
At the heart of our mission at CPI is our commitment to protecting the children and families in our community. Because of this, we are currently conducting all of our counseling services online until we can safely reopen the doors of our Child & Family Counseling Clinic.
We understand how the shelter in place order has added stress and uncertainty in the lives of our children and families. If you are feeling overwhelmed, burnt out, or more sad than usual, give our Child & Family Counseling Clinic a call and talk with one of our experienced therapists -- free of charge.
Ongoing telehealth services are also available to all Sonoma County families. Issues commonly seen are symptoms of stress, anxiety, depression, trauma, and behavioral issues in children such as tantrums/meltdowns, aggression, and frequent conflict with family members.
Please call our Intake Specialist at (707) 284-1500 to schedule a telehealth appointment.
About our Counseling Programs
CPI's counseling programs provide comprehensive mental health services to children ages 0-18 and their families. Our individual, group, and family psychotherapy services address a wide range of childhood behavior challenges, difficult life transitions, and traumas. A multidisciplinary team of mental health professionals provides person-centered treatment designed to resolve specific concerns and help children, adolescents, and parents develop healthy functioning at home, at school, and in the community.
We provide services for:
- Depression and Anxiety During and After Pregnancy
- Infant and Pre-School Age Services
- Child and Family Therapy
- School Based Services
- Parents and Caregivers
Our Child and Family Counseling Clinic now accepts:
- Private pay using a sliding scale for any child, youth, or parent
- Beacon (Medi-Cal/Partnership)
- Victim Assistance
Sliding scale fees, based on your income, ability to pay, and other health care coverage, are determined in consultation with a CPI Intake Specialist and can be used for any child, youth, or parent.
Parents, family members, or caregivers are welcome to call for an appointment themselves.
Physicians, private practitioners, schools, or other public and private agencies may make referrals through our intake line.
To contact our Intake Specialist, please call (707) 284-1500.