women rise services

Throughout a woman’s lifespan, there are times when emotional distress can feel overwhelming and unmanageable–whether that’s difficulty adjusting to a new role or transition, coping with an unexpected loss or trauma, struggling in relationships, or navigating through the intersectionality of multiple identities.

During these times, making the choice to seek professional support can be a courageous and rewarding decision. For some women, desiring to increase healthy lifestyle and nutritional practices, develop a renewed sense of purpose and belonging, or discover new ways of coping and relating are their reasons for seeking support. Whatever may bring you to this place, we will walk alongside you–supporting you along your journey and providing a warm and professional space for you to heal, grow, and thrive.

“Owning our story and loving ourselves through that process is the bravest thing that we’ll ever do.”
– Brene brown 

individual therapy

During our initial meeting, we will discuss your specific areas of concern as well as assess if we are the right client/therapist fit. From here, we will be able to create your personalized treatment plan and discuss how it can best work into your day-to-day life. 

These sessions typically last 45-60 minutes. Within each session, we work together to help you meet the therapy goals set from the beginning of treatment. The duration of the sessions will largely depend on your individual needs, concerns, and goals. Throughout this process, we will monitor your progress and adapt your treatment plan as needed. 

next

Collateral Psychotherapy Sessions

These sessions typically last 45-60 minutes. Within these sessions, partners, spouses, and other family members can attend the session with you for the aim of helping you reach specific goals such as building or practicing communication skills or conflict-resolution skills.

next

family therapy sessions

Family therapy may be a helpful option for you. We work with you and your family to find strategies to adjust to a major stressor or transition, resolve conflicts, or enhance relationships. Each session typically lasts 50-60 minutes and we will work together to target issues identified at the beginning of treatment. Our therapists will work with your family to set goals for the family sessions and collaborate with you to reach those goals

next

group therapy sessions

Women Rise Psychological and Wellness Center, P.C. highly supports what we have already known for centuries: Women supporting women is healing, restorative, and produces growth on many levels. Working toward your goals in a group setting can bring a host of benefits. Our groups provide a safe and transformative space to connect and grow alongside others in a meaningful way. We offer a select number of groups. These sessions typically last 60-90 minutes. Please contact us to learn more.

next

online therapy program

We understand how attending in-person therapy sessions is not ideal for everyone. Perhaps for you, setting up a consistent time to meet with a therapist face-to-face is close to impossible. For those who are unable to commute or those who live outside of our local Southern California area, but reside within the state of California, we conveniently offer telehealth video-sessions on a secure, highly-rated, and HIPAA compliant telehealth platform. This flexible option allows us to support you through a research-supported and effective avenue.

Like our in-person sessions, These sessions typically last 45-60 minutes. Within each session, we work together to help you meet the therapy goals set from the beginning of treatment. The duration of the sessions will largely depend on your individual needs, concerns, and goals. Throughout this process, we will monitor your progress and adapt your treatment plan as needed.

next

we specialize in...

Women’s Issues

Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD)

Premenstrual Exacerbated Mood Disorders (PME)

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (Mental Health aspects)

Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders (Pregnancy and Postpartum)

SELF-ESTEEM 

MENOPAUSAL DEPRESSION

CHRONIC PAIN

ANXIETY

Depression

College Students

Stress-Management &
Self-Care

Relationships

Parenting

Family Conflict

Body Image

Coping

Identity

Post-traumatic Stress

Childhood Trauma

Holistic Health

Positive Psychology

Strength-Based

Cultural/Diversity Issues

Faith/Spirituality Issues

Our nutritional services provide you with an opportunity to understand how your nutrition may be impacting your overall well-being. Our highly qualified clinical functional nutritionist provides nutritional consultations, short-term nutritional coaching and support, and long-term nutritional coaching and support. She will work with you to identify any areas of concern related to your nutritional needs and collaboratively engage with you in setting-up specific and realistic goals for treatment. 

Women’s Nutrition

specialties include:

Women’s Health
Hormones
Medical Nutrition Therapy
Digestive Health
Detoxification

Our workshops are time-limited events addressing a variety of topics found to be especially important in the lives of women: self-care, confidence, self-compassion, stress-management, setting boundaries, and healthy relationships. Please contact us to learn more or sign-up for future workshops. Please note *space is limited and is offered on a first-come, first-served basis*

Additionally, we offer unique services such as womens’ individual and group yoga classes, birth-education consultations, and more. Please contact us to learn more or sign-up for future classes and consultations..

women's wellness

Absolutely! Here at Women Rise Psychological and Wellness Center, P.C., we do specialize in women’s mental health and wellness across the life-span. However, we understand the diverse identities that exist, and we do not discriminate. We are sensitive to and welcome all gender and gender non-conforming identities!

You say that you specialize in women’s mental health and wellness. What if I do not identify as a woman? Can I still receive services? 

Next Question

Frequently asked questions

1

If you would like to make this investment in your personal growth and wellness journey, you can reach out to us through our contact us page, phone, or email for a free brief phone consultation. From this conversation, we can collaboratively decide if our services are a good match for your needs and goals. We invite collaboration and open communication throughout your treatment process—even from the very beginning.

I have read your website and I feel Women Rise Psychological and Wellness Center, P.C. is a good fit for me! -- what is my next step to get started?

Next Question

Frequently asked questions

2

Absolutely! We can provide you with a monthly superbill that you would give to your insurance company to seek reimbursement. Everyone’s plan is different—so we would encourage you to reach out to your insurance company to find out how much you will be reimbursed.

If you are not in my insurance network, can I still work with you?

Next Question

Frequently asked questions

3

At your first appointment, you will meet with one of our expert therapists for an initial evaluation/assessment. During this meeting, your therapist will ask questions about your background, experiences, and current issues you want help with. They will also review with you your questionnaire answers and work with you to establish goals for treatment and recommend a frequency of sessions you may benefit from.

What can I expect at my first appointment?

Next Question

Frequently asked questions

4

No. This is not a requirement. At the end of your initial evaluation and assessment session with your therapist, your therapist will provide treatment recommendations and suggestions. If it appears you may benefit from referrals to those providers, it will be presented to you. Ultimately, you get to decide which services are best for you. 

I see on your website that you have nutritionists and wellness providers on your multi-disciplinary team. Am I required to work receive these adjunctive services if I sign up for therapy?

Next Question

Frequently asked questions

5