Professional Counseling in San Bernardino, CA

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Thomas Luttrell, PhD

Registered Marriage and Family Therapist Intern (MFTI)
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1881 Commercenter East, Suite 232, San Bernardino, CA 92408


Are you struggling with relationships, addiction, dating, marriage, divorce, conflict, or past hurts? Therapy can save relationships or make a positive change. I provide in-depth psychotherapy, integrating research, systems thinking, and spirituality.

  • Some of My Specialties:
    Individual
  • Addiction
  • Couples
  • Dating
  • Marriage
  • Sexuality
  • Spirituality
  • Grief
  • Anger
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Related Sites:
City of San Bernardino
California Board of Behavioral Sciences

Therapy San Bernardino California

Counseling Muscoy, Verdemont, Highland, Colton, Rialto, Grand Terrace

One of the most famous landmarks in the area is the Arrowhead. Located in the San Bernardino Mountains just outside the city, it is visible for miles. The site measures 1,375 feet long and 449 feet wide. At first glance, it appears to be manmade. On closer inspection, however, the face of the Arrowhead occurs naturally. It is made of light quartz with short white sage growing around the area. The lighter stone and vegetation is in sharp contrast to the other, darker vegetation that surrounds it. Through the years, many legends have been attached to the site. One that has been handed down for generations is that the shape points to the hot springs below. It was believed that the springs contained healing powers. This caused people to think the area was holy ground. Regardless of what you believe about the site, it continues to be a landmark today despite forest fires which have caused erosion over the years.1

Mental Health in San Bernardino

San Bernardino County residents experience more mental health issues on average than the state of California as a whole. Approximately 13 percent of the county's adults have seen a mental health provider for a mental illness or substance abuse issue. Children in the county also report higher rates of sadness than their peers across the state. Poor residents of the county disproportionately suffer from mental illness. Well over 60,000 people living in poverty need mental health care but do not get it.2

The San Bernardino County Department of Behavioral Health maintains a mission to promote wellness, recovery and resilience for all residents of the county. The department focuses on making quality mental health programs and support services accessible and affordable. The department provides employment assistance for those seeking a job, and also undertakes community outreach programs to increase awareness about mental health issues. Substance abuse evaluations are also available. All programs are delivered in a manner that respects each individual's unique needs. Services are also culturally competent and offered in a least restrictive environment. Additional information is available by calling 909-382-3133.3

Current Education

Those who wish to enter the helping profession as a social worker must first obtain the appropriate degree before being issued a license to practice in California. California State University at San Bernardino offers a graduate program in social work that qualifies graduates to become a licensed clinical social worker. Students receive a wide variety of educational experiences, learning about issues such as gang violence, health disparities, HIV/AIDS, child welfare, and gerontology. The skills and knowledge acquired in the graduate program help students to deliver quality, effective services in a community mental health setting. For more information about the program, call the School of Social Work at 909-537-5501.4


References

1. City of San Bernardino. (2014). Arrowhead. Retrieved from http://www.ci.san-bernardino.ca.us/about/history/the_arrowhead.asp.
2. San Bernardino County. (2013). Our Community Vital Signs. Retrieved from http://communityvitalsigns.org/Portals/41/Meetings/2013Stakeholder/CVS_data_report.pdf.
3. San Bernardino County. (2014). Department of Behavioral Health. Retrieved from http://www.sbcounty.gov/dbh/index.asp.
4. California State University San Bernardino. (2014). Welcome. Retrieved from http://socialwork.csusb.edu/.

Welcome to our network of mental health practitioners and therapists in San Bernardino. Our greatest desire at Theravive is that you would find the right qualified help.  Our professionals offer many forms of therapy such as overcoming depression, life coaching, anger management, and marriage counseling. Counselors in San Bernardino and credentialed psychotherapists are ready to help.

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