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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

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

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

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.  


Crisis Lines

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


Helpful Articles

How to choose a therapist 

How does psychotherapy work? 

Managing depression 

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