About Us

Cryssol Marquez, Licensed Marriage Family Therapist LIC # 114106
  • Couples Therapy

  • Group Therapy


  • Anxiety & PTSD

  • Depressive Disorders

  • Divorce/Blended Family Issues

  • Domestic Violence

  • Work Related Stressors

  • Sexual Abuse

  • Victims of Abuse, Assault, Trauma

  • Parenting

  • Grief & Loss

  • Child Abuse

  • Family Issues

  • Immigration Issues

  • Self Esteem Issues

Karla Lara, Licensed Marriage Family Therapist  LIC # 117166
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  • Anger Management

  • Behavioral Issues

  • Depression

  • Family separation

  • Victims of Crimes

  • School Issues

  • Self Esteem

  • ​Impulse Control Disorders

  • Mood Disorders

  • Personality Disorders

  • Thinking Disorders

  • Sexual Abuse

  • Spirituality

  • Stress

  • Trauma and PTSD

Cindy Amador, Associate Social Worker ASW# 104603
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  • Anxiety & PTSD

  • Depressive Disorders

  • Domestic Violence

  • Sexual Abuse

  • Victims of Abuse, Assault and Trauma

  • Grief and Loss

  • Child Abuse

  • Family Issues

  • Self Esteem Issues

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Telehealth involves Therapists using HIPPA compliant technology to video‐call you on your internet‐connected device such as cell phone, tablet, Computer and or laptop. Telehealth may be used to provide your assessment and treatment services.


Telehealth services are used when Therapists cannot be physically present with you to provide assessment and treatment services. Telehealth allows you and the Therapist to talk and see one another using internet‐connected devices and video chat applications. You will be encouraged to participate in the Telehealth sessions in a private area with minimal disruptions. You may also request to have a friend or family member present just like during an in‐person session. The Therapist will be in a private room at another location with a device that has audio and video ability. Therapists will check to make sure the equipment is working properly and that you and the staff can see and hear one another.


Practice Areas

Individual Therapy

Individual therapy involves the use of psychological principles applied by an individual who is formally trained in the use of these principles to assist others in modifying their behavior, thinking, dealing with their emotions and/or with other significant life events and issues. 


At times, clients are referred by Dependency and Family Court in which case issues are discussed and addressed.  Regardless, of how you are introduced to therapy; individual therapy is a place to discuss uncomfortable situations and assist with processing all that has happened.  Psychotherapy is provided free of judgement and meets client’s where they are in their life journey.

Parent and Child Sexual Awareness Program

18-week program designed to psychoeducate child and parent of age appropriate sexual behaviors and safety as well as additional matters surrounding case. Therapy sessions are a combination of individual and conjoint sessions as well as family therapy if deemed appropriate by clinician. 

Anger Management Program

15-week comprehensive, skill-building program designed to teach client’s to recognize anger, and taking action to relax and deal with stressful situations in a productive manner. Successful completion is determined by attendance and by the client’s successful completion of the course work. 

Therapeutic Visitation

Saturdays or Sundays in office only and includes a Summary Observation Report provided within 72 hours. 

*Therapeutic visitation are suspended due to current Pandemic.

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Domestic Violence Group (Spanish/English)

Each session is two hours long which includes one hour of group sharing and one hour of domestic violence psychoeducation. In addition, four one-hour individual sessions to ensure concepts are understood throughout the 26 weeks. Hybrid (Telehealth/Face-to-Face) are available at a different cost. Domestic Violence Program, a 26-week comprehensive, skill-building program designed to psychoeducate victims on issues surrounding domestic violence such as the impact of domestic violence has with family and children.

Breakthrough Parenting®, 26-week comprehensive, skill-building program designed to teach advanced parenting techniques. Successful completion of this course is determined by the number of classes attended by the student and by the student's successful completion of the course workbook. Each class is two hours long, and includes one hour of group sharing and one hour of parent training. Hybrid (Telehealth/Face-to-Face) are available at a different cost.

Our Batterers’ Intervention Program (BIP) is a 52-Weekly domestic violence classes. Persons convicted of certain domestic violence offenses must complete this program as part of Children’s Court requirements.  Our Batterers’ Intervention Program is a combination of psychoeducation and therapy and it specifically focuses on the origin of abusive behaviors, family violence and intimate partner violence. As well as how domestic violence has affected the family; and the changes that must take place to prevent repeating domestic violence in the home. The Batterers’ Intervention Program meets once a week for two hours. The batterer must successfully complete the program and program’s demands to receive a Certificate of Completion.



You are responsible for paying at the time of your session unless prior arrangements have been made. Payment must be made by credit card or cash. If you refuse to pay your debt, I reserve the right to use an attorney or collection agency to secure payment.  If you anticipate becoming involved in a court case, I recommend that we discuss this fully before you waive your right to confidentiality.  If your case requires my participation, you will be expected to pay for the professional time required.  Fees are non-negotiable. To receive sliding scale fees, you must present proof of income through recent pay stubs or current tax year forms.  Fees are subject to change at therapist’s discretion.


Fee Schedule:

Individual Therapy

$125 per  session*

*Individual sliding scale ranges from $75.00 - $125.00 per session


Couple/Family Therapy

$150 per  session*

*Couple/Family sliding scale ranges from $75.00 - $150.00 per session


Group Therapy

$ 80 per  session*

*Group sliding scale ranges from $40.00-$80.00 per session


Graduate Student (MFT/MSW) - $75 per session

*Enrollment Proof required

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