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"Our most important question as healers is not, 'What to say or to do?' but,

'How to develop enough inner space where the story can be received?'"  -  Henri Nouwen


We live in times of tremendous uncertainty and change. Though globally connected, with every imaginable technology available to connect us anywhere, anytime, we are simultaneously suffering unprecedented isolation and separation: from those we love, from that which brings meaning to our lives, and from our very selves. We struggle daily to feel adequate, safe, secure and loved.


It is crucial, at times like these, to have a place to turn for guidance, solace and inspiration. The Interfaith Counseling Center is dedicated to providing this. We are here to support those coping with stressful situations in their lives and also those seeking exploration and growth in their personal, creative and spiritual lives.

ICC offers a broad array of counseling services, including individual, couples, family, and group psychotherapy, spiritual mentoring, psychiatry, coaching, and bodywork. Our credentialed professionals access a variety of approaches to help you and your loved ones acquire or regain a sense of health, wholeness, emotional, and spiritual wellbeing.


ICC also provides periodic training programs for licensed mental health professionals on a variety of subjects. ICC is an approved provider (INTO15) with the California Psychological Association. For information, contact Dr. Scott Sullender, CE Program Committee.


Our professionals set their own fees. Some are on insurance panels. Your coverage depends on your policy and the provider status of the therapist you choose. Most professionals offer sliding-scale fees, particularly for students. We are able to provide discounted fees in part because of the donated funds we receive from congregations and individuals who support our mission through financial contributions. 


All of our services are confidential and are available to persons without regard to race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity or ability to pay (as resources permit.)

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

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