"We are all healers who can reach out to offer health, and we all are patients in constant need of help.
Only this realization can keep professionals from becoming distant technicians
and those in need of care from feeling used or manipulated." - Henri Nouwen
OUR LICENSED CLINICIANS
Our licensed clinicians (marriage & family therapists, clinical social workers, pastoral counselors, a psychologist and a psychiatrist) provide a full range of counseling services through a variety of approaches. They see individuals, couples, children, families, and groups to help you and your loved ones acquire or regain a sense of health, wholeness, emotional, and spiritual wellbeing. Here are some helpful descriptions of these kinds of services:
Individual therapy can explore relationships, self-esteem, self-compassion, personal growth, spiritual exploration, LGBTQ issues, addiction & substance abuse, anxiety & depression, grief & loss, chronic & life-threatening illness, childhood, teen, mid-life & elders’ issues, life transitions, family dynamics, clergy services, ministerial testing, and more.
Couples therapy addresses issues such as communication, conflict resolution, intimacy & sexuality, dysfunctional patterns, healing trust after an affair, finances, parenting issues, and premarital counseling.
Family therapy considers issues such as parenting, grief, loss & illness, family transitions, LGBTQ issues, mid-life & elders’ issues, addiction & substance abuse, anxiety & depression—all from the perspective of the family and how each of its members function.
ICC offers a broad array of psychoeducational and psychospiritual groups throughout the year. Some of the topics most recently covered have included: Parenting Your Stressed Teen, Grief and Loss, Women and Aging, New Parents’ Support Group, and How to Keep Love Alive. For a complete list of upcoming workshops, please check our Events.
Emergency: Call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room
Marin County Suicide Prevention: (415) 499-1100 (24/7)
East Bay Crisis Support Services and Suicide Prevention: 1-800-309-2131