Folsom, California Therapists

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California, Washington, D.C.

Tired of feeling stressed, overwhelmed, or stuck in life? Are you going through your days on autopilot, with no clear direction on where you’re going? Or even if you do know what you want, are you feeling helpless or hopeless about things getting...
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Therapy is an unfolding of where you are in your life, how you see or understand yourself and what your needs are. The outcome pf therapy is usually greater self-knowledge, a re-integration of de-pressed thoughts, emotions, and beliefs and a new...
Eve Austin
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Folsom, California

Eve Austin is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT #108022). Before beginning her journey as a counselor, she enjoyed 20 years living overseas with her family. During that time, she was a mom, missionary, educator and entrepreneur.  She...
Dooba Eibensteiner
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Woodland, California

Personal, practical, Biblical counsel for Christians and non-Christians. I provide a safe, therapeutic environment where you can come as you are. My deepest desire, as a pastor, is to see people walking in step with God's desire for their life. I...
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I am a licensed Clinical Social Worker in California. I have over 20 years of experience working within Child Welfare, Adoptions, and Mental Health.
Kathleen Stutz
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Fairfield, California

I work with a wide range of emotional and behavioral issues providing services that span from therapy for depression, anxiety, and grief counseling to parenting support, couples counseling and beyond. I provide services to individuals, families,...
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Stockton, California

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My name is Iyabo Adediran and I am a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) in the state of California. I have worked in various capacities in the mental health field for over 16 years and have spent the last 8 years of my career providing...
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California, Texas

Hello! My name is Sonia Trefflich. I’m a Bilingual Spanish speaking, Licensed Clinical Social Worker. My passion is working with others, especially those who feel damaged and stuck with their pain from past experiences. Furthermore, I have worked...
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Brentwood, California

Kristin M. Palmer is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist specializing in Emotionally Focused Therapy for individuals, couples and familys.  As a graduate of Phillips Graduate Institute, and with over 15 years experience, she...
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Davis, California

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I have had a State Licensed Private Practice for 27 years. Many of my concentrations are listed above. In addition I work a lot with Anger Mgt. , family reunification, communication, executive functioning , corperate coaching for executives and...
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Roseville, California

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Terryann’s interest in eating disorders began early in graduate school and continued after interning at a private practice specializing in psychological assessments for bariatric surgery. In 2006 she completed the JFKU Eating Disorder Certificate...

An Overview of Mental Health in Folsom, California

In 2018, Folsom, California, ranked first in the category of best places to live in California for families. For the 78,038 residents, a strong economy, myriad of amenities, quality schools and low crime rate make Folsom an ideal location to call home. Located in Sacramento County, residents also benefit from comfortable temperatures and access to outdoor activities year-round.

However, even a highly-rated city has its share of mental health issues. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, a staggering 44.7 million adults in the US suffer from some form of mental illness. The state of California alone houses over 5 million people experiencing an emotional, behavioral or mental disorder.

Folsom’s Economic Picture

Folsom boasts a strong economy, with a median household income of $100,163 per year compared to the national average of $53,482. The unemployment rate of 3.8 percent is lower than the US rate of 5.2 percent. Recent and predicted future job growth is positive and higher than the national average.

However, the flipside to the economical benefits is the overall cost of living for the area. The state of California in general has a higher cost of living than the national average of 100. At an index of 140, Folsom is commensurate with the rate for the state and 40 percent higher than the nation. The most influential factor is the price of housing. In Folsom, the average home price of $433,300 is 135 percent higher than the US average of $184,700.

Although renting is a relatively more affordable option, the costs are still 54 percent higher than other US areas. Finding an affordable place to live in this desirable suburb can be stressful. Other residents may put a large chunk of money into housing and therefore have less discretionary funds for activities and vacations. Financial stressors can cause marital disagreements and impact self-esteem. Counseling can help ease the tension related to these issues.

Environment in Folsom, California

There are significant advantages to living in Folsom in terms of climate. On average, there are 267 sunny days per year compared to the national average of 205. The overall comfort index of 84 out of 100 is enviable compared to the mean of 54 in other states. Sunshine, fresh air and exercise are positive contributors to overall mental health.

While most residents easily spend quality time outdoors, others may be deterred by air quality. In Sacramento County, the overall Air Quality Index of 108 is significantly worse than the national average of 75. For elderly, infants or those in respiratory distress this issue may impact quality of life.

Unfortunately, living in the state of California also increases the chance of experiencing an earthquake by 761 percent. Any natural disaster can be traumatic for those involved, from feelings of general anxiety to severe depression. This is especially true if an earthquake causes physical harm to oneself or a loved one. Property damage is stressful and is particularly amplified if displaced during the renovation process. Therapy helps develop coping skills and methods to deal with these feelings in a supportive, confidential environment.

Mental Health Resources in Folsom, California

Across the US, only 43.1 percent of people with mental health needs receive treatment. This number rises to 62.3 percent in California, making it one of the top four worst states for prevalence of untreated adults with mental illness.

According to the California Health Care Foundation, the Sacramento area has ample licensed clinical social workers and psychiatrists. The number of marriage and family therapists and psychologists, however, are lower than the state average. This, along with lack of mental health insurance and difficulty knowing how to find a therapist likely contribute to less California residents seeking treatment.

In Folsom, there are a variety of available licensed, highly-qualified counselors. Some areas of specialty include marriage and family, depression and anxiety, self-esteem and motivation as well as trauma and abuse. For severe difficulties, Sacramento has psychiatric units that offer intensive inpatient support for all age ranges.

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