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Psychology Patient
"Don't limit your challenges. Challenge your limits."

Counseling / Coaching

"Where Change Happens Together"

"The journey towards health begins on the path of self-love. Begin your journey today."

 

We offer various forms of coaching services from:

  • Family

  • Couples

  • One-on-One

  • Youth

  • Mediation

  • Spiritual

  • Dual-Diagnosis Treatment​

AWAKENING

"Self-Awareness Meets Change"

FREE 20-minute Online Classes to Jump-Start Your Growth

 

There is no better time than now to start achieving your goals to get the life you always dreamed about.  Mental Health is so important. Through this FREE 20-minute life coaching session, we will begin the process of strengthening your mental health.

STYLES OF COACHING

Life Coaching


Life Coaching is not about giving advice. Life Coaching provides the framework, based on individual fears, beliefs, and motivation, that allows one to examine different aspects of their life. We encourage you to take a closer look at your life and help examine your life path and progress toward your goals. However, the coaching relationship is designed by both of us and maybe defined by each of us in the giving and receiving of feedback. Although we are committed to the process, it still remains your personal responsibility to take action (or not take action) as you desire. We help you through fellowship, validation while navigating through the healing process, with educational resources, goal setting. Through Life Coaching you will learn how to:

  • Value yourself: Treat yourself with kindness and respect
  • Take care of your body
  • Surround yourself with good people
  • Give yourself
  • Learn how to deal with stress
  • Quiet your mind
  • Set realistic goals
  • Break up the monotony
It's time to learn how to take back your life! During the intake process, a case manager will be assigned to you. They will select who will best meet your needs. Your case will be evaluated after each session by our team to see if we are providing the best service possible.
If you have any questions or concerns please call 951-471-4713 or email us at info@cpbhc.org DISCLAIMER: We are not a clinic with licensed doctors. We are a behavioral health center that provides resources and free to low-cost services to the community. Our volunteers range from volunteers with no experience, peer support, advocates, ministers, life coaches, counselors, paralegals, LDA’s, and much more. We are “not doctors” or “medical professionals” as we do not offer any professional medical advice, diagnosis, treatment, or medication. We provide support services (fellowship, and validation while navigating through the healing process, educational resources, goal setting, case management, immediate "basic needs" such as food (including water), shelter and clothing, and so much more.




Spiritual Life Coaching


The main reason people struggle in life is due to the lack of God. Spiritual life coaching, we will show you how to incorporate our heavenly father into your day-to-day life to achieve your goals. Through spiritual life coaching, we will show you how to incorporate our Heavenly Father into your day-to-day life to achieve your goals. ​As your coach, we will help you with your walk with God by asking questions, encouraging, advising, challenging, making requests, and listening for your "essence" so that you are consistent with who you are in terms of your goals, your values, and your vision. We do this through fellowship, validation while navigating through the healing process, with educational resources, goal setting. Our focus will be on you and your walk with God, and on what you want and how you can best get it.​ Do you want to connect with God? Get in the routine of serving people. In 5 easy steps start changing your whole life:

  • VALUE PEOPLE
  • Think of ways to add value to people.
  • Look for ways to add value to people.
  • Add value to people.
  • Encourage others to add value to people.
- Dr. John Maxwell During the intake process, a case manager will be assigned to you. They will select who will best meet your needs. Your case will be evaluated after each session by our team to see if we are providing the best service possible. If you have any questions or concerns please call 951-471-4713 or email us at info@cpbhc.org DISCLAIMER: We are not a clinic with licensed doctors. We are a behavioral health center that provides resources and free to low-cost services to the community. Our volunteers range from volunteers with no experience, peer support, advocates, ministers, life coaches, counselors, paralegals, LDA’s, and much more. We are “not doctors” or “medical professionals” as we do not offer any professional medical advice, diagnosis, treatment, or medication. We provide support services (fellowship, and validation while navigating through the healing process, educational resources, goal setting, case management, immediate "basic needs" such as food (including water), shelter and clothing, and so much more.




Family Coaching - Helping people work on their relationships


We offer guidance to couples and families who are dealing with issues that affect their mental health and the well-being of the whole family. Your Role: Communicate, Compromise, and Commit. Think about how to use communication to make your partner or family feel needed, desired, and appreciated. ​​ Our Role: Improve communication, help you solve family problems and understand and handle special family situations (for example, death, serious physical or mental illness, or child and adolescent issues), and assist you in creating a better functioning home environment. We do this through fellowship, validation while navigating through the healing process, with educational resources, goal setting. General goals are: ​ Clients to resolve their own issues during and after each session. During the intake process, a case manager will be assigned to you. They will select who will best meet your needs. Your case will be evaluated after each session by our team to see if we are providing the best service possible. If you have any questions or concerns please call 951-471-4713 or email us at info@cpbhc.org DISCLAIMER: We are not a clinic with licensed doctors. We are a behavioral health center that provides resources and free to low-cost services to the community. Our volunteers range from basic volunteers with no experience, peer support, advocates, ministers, life coaches, counselors, paralegals, LDA’s, and much more. We are “not doctors” or “medical professionals” as we do not offer any professional medical advice, diagnosis, treatment, or medication. We provide support services (fellowship, and validation while navigating through the healing process, educational resources, goal setting, case management, immediate "basic needs" such as food (including water), shelter and clothing, and so much more.




Couples Coaching


Through Couples Coaching, instead of reliving the problems from the past, we help you move forward and make a new beginning. Couples coaching is also great before marriage. Couples coaching helps bring your goals to life. In some cases, both individuals don't realize they do not have the same goals. We help bring those goals to the surface and encourage the couples to take a closer look and help examine their paths and progress towards their goals. We do this through fellowship, validation while navigating through the healing process, with educational resources, goal setting. During the intake process, a case manager will be assigned to you. They will select who will best meet your needs. Your case will be evaluated after each session by our team to see if we are providing the best service possible.
If you have any questions or concerns please call 951-471-4713 or email us at info@cpbhc.org DISCLAIMER: We are not a clinic with licensed doctors. We are a behavioral health center that provides resources and free to low-cost services to the community. Our volunteers range from volunteers with no experience, peer support, advocates, ministers, life coaches, counselors, paralegals, LDA’s, and much more. We are “not doctors” or “medical professionals” as we do not offer any professional medical advice, diagnosis, treatment, or medication. We provide support services (fellowship, and validation while navigating through the healing process, educational resources, goal setting, case management, immediate "basic needs" such as food (including water), shelter and clothing, and so much more. ​​​​​​​




Client-Centered Coaching


Through this personal exploration of yourself, you spend your time talking freely unlocking various departments withing yourself. Clients Role: Talk Freely Our Role: We refrain from asking questions, providing reassurance, or assigning blame, interpretation, or explanation but encourages the client during interactions. We do this through fellowship, validation while navigating through the healing process, with educational resources, goal setting. General goals are to: Facilitate personal growth and development. Eliminate or mitigate feelings of distress. Increase self-esteem and openness to experience. During the intake process, a case manager will be assigned to you. They will select who will best meet your needs. Your case will be evaluated after each session by our team to see if we are providing the best service possible.
If you have any questions or concerns please call 951-471-4713 or email us at info@cpbhc.org DISCLAIMER: We are not a clinic with licensed doctors. We are a behavioral health center that provides resources and free to low-cost services to the community. Our volunteers range from volunteers with no experience, peer support, advocates, ministers, life coaches, counselors, paralegals, LDA’s, and much more. We are “not doctors” or “medical professionals” as we do not offer any professional medical advice, diagnosis, treatment, or medication. We provide support services (fellowship, and validation while navigating through the healing process, educational resources, goal setting, case management, immediate "basic needs" such as food (including water), shelter and clothing, and so much more.




Rational Emotive Behavioral Coaching


It helps with Negative and Positive beliefs and helps you identify self-defeating thoughts and feelings, challenge the rationality of those feelings, and replace them with healthier, more productive beliefs. ​Your Role: Takes an active role in restructuring thoughts after they have accepted that their irrational beliefs are responsible for negative emotions or behaviors. Learn how to apply logical thought to their lives, participate in experiential exercises, and do assigned behavioral homework. Our Role: Identify irrational beliefs and negative thought patterns that may lead to emotional or behavioral issues such as: addictive behaviors, phobias, overwhelming feelings of anger, guilt, or rage. We do this through fellowship, validation while navigating through the healing process, with educational resources, goal setting. General goals are to: ​ To rid the patients of their current negative philosophies and replace them with ones that are more realistic and flexible as a means of finding happiness. During the intake process, a case manager will be assigned to you. They will select who will best meet your needs. Your case will be evaluated after each session by our team to see if we are providing the best service possible.
If you have any questions or concerns please call 951-471-4713 or email us at info@cpbhc.org DISCLAIMER: We are not a clinic with licensed doctors. We are a behavioral health center that provides resources and free to low-cost services to the community. Our volunteers range from volunteers with no experience, peer support, advocates, ministers, life coaches, counselors, paralegals, LDA’s, and much more. We are “not doctors” or “medical professionals” as we do not offer any professional medical advice, diagnosis, treatment, or medication. We provide support services (fellowship, and validation while navigating through the healing process, educational resources, goal setting, case management, immediate "basic needs" such as food (including water), shelter and clothing, and so much more.




Behavioral Coaching


Through this coaching process we help you seek/identify and change potentially self-destructive or unhealthy behaviors. The focus is on the idea that all behaviors are learned and those unhealthy behaviors can be changed, and there are strengths and weaknesses, and each can be used to design great behaviors that form lasting habits. Behavioral coaching targets the elimination of negative behavior. Your Role: Express concerns, learn, and implement that learning. Our Role: To listen, teach, and encourage. We help you identify unhealthy thought patterns and understand how those thoughts contribute to self-destructive behaviors and beliefs. Once the patterns are known, we work with you to think more constructively through fellowship, validation while navigating through the healing process, with educational resources, goal setting. General goals are to: Focused on increasing the person's engagement in positive or socially reinforcing activities. We use a structured approach that carefully measures what the person is doing and then seeks to increase chances for a positive experience. During the intake process, a case manager will be assigned to you. They will select who will best meet your needs. Your case will be evaluated after each session by our team to see if we are providing the best service possible.
If you have any questions or concerns please call 951-471-4713 or email us at info@cpbhc.org DISCLAIMER: We are not a clinic with licensed doctors. We are a behavioral health center that provides resources and free to low-cost services to the community. Our volunteers range from volunteers with no experience, peer support, advocates, ministers, life coaches, counselors, paralegals, LDA’s, and much more. We are “not doctors” or “medical professionals” as we do not offer any professional medical advice, diagnosis, treatment, or medication. We provide support services (fellowship, and validation while navigating through the healing process, educational resources, goal setting, case management, immediate "basic needs" such as food (including water), shelter and clothing, and so much more.




CBC - Cognitive Behavioral Coaching


Focuses on eliminating psychological distress. Your Role: Express concerns, learn, and implement that learning. Our Role: We do not tell our clients what to do; rather, we search for client strengths and use them to show the clients through fellowship, validation while navigating through the healing process, with educational resources, goal setting. General goals are to: Promote self-awareness and emotional intelligence by teaching clients to “read” their emotions and distinguish healthy from unhealthy feelings. Help clients understand how distorted perceptions and thoughts contribute to painful feelings. Achieve rapid reduction of symptoms with an emphasis on examining the client’s current situation and solving current problems Develop self-control by teaching clients specific techniques to identify and challenge distorted thinking Prevent future episodes of emotional distress and develop personal growth by helping clients change core beliefs that are often at the heart of their suffering. During the intake process, a case manager will be assigned to you. They will select who will best meet your needs. Your case will be evaluated after each session by our team to see if we are providing the best service possible.
If you have any questions or concerns please call 951-471-4713 or email us at info@cpbhc.org DISCLAIMER: We are not a clinic with licensed doctors. We are a behavioral health center that provides resources and free to low-cost services to the community. Our volunteers range from volunteers with no experience, peer support, advocates, ministers, life coaches, counselors, paralegals, LDA’s, and much more. We are “not doctors” or “medical professionals” as we do not offer any professional medical advice, diagnosis, treatment, or medication. We provide support services (fellowship, and validation while navigating through the healing process, educational resources, goal setting, case management, immediate "basic needs" such as food (including water), shelter and clothing, and so much more.




Aversive Conditioning (Beginner)


To stop unwanted behavior, introduce something unpleasant, or a punishment. Aversive conditioning uses an unpleasant stimulus to stop undesirable behavior. We apply this technique to eliminate addictive behaviors, such as smoking, nail-biting, and drinking. Your Role: Follow through, commit, and cooperate. ​​​ Our Role: Introduce some unpleasant elements to the process, through fellowship, validation while navigating through the healing process, with educational resources, goal setting. General goals are to: ​ Train the brain to associate a behavior or action with something unpleasant. Suppress an undesirable habit or behavior by associating the habit or behavior with a very unpleasant or punishing stimulus. During the intake process, a case manager will be assigned to you. They will select who will best meet your needs. Your case will be evaluated after each session by our team to see if we are providing the best service possible.
If you have any questions or concerns please call 951-471-4713 or email us at info@cpbhc.org DISCLAIMER: We are not a clinic with licensed doctors. We are a behavioral health center that provides resources and free to low-cost services to the community. Our volunteers range from volunteers with no experience, peer support, advocates, ministers, life coaches, counselors, paralegals, LDA’s, and much more. We are “not doctors” or “medical professionals” as we do not offer any professional medical advice, diagnosis, treatment, or medication. We provide support services (fellowship, and validation while navigating through the healing process, educational resources, goal setting, case management, immediate "basic needs" such as food (including water), shelter and clothing, and so much more.




Improve Social Skills


We work with you one-on-one to help those with anxiety disorders and mood disorders. We utilize self-monitoring, behavior rehearsal, and feedback. Your Role: Keep a thorough record of your behavior to identify problems, and be willing to role-play, participate commit to participation, and follow-through. Our Role: Decrease social anxiety, and build social skills through rewards and punishments behavior through fellowship, validation while navigating through the healing process, with educational resources, goal setting. General goals are to: ​ Recognize, express, and regulate emotions, conversational repair, and non-verbal cues. During the intake process, a case manager will be assigned to you. They will select who will best meet your needs. Your case will be evaluated after each session by our team to see if we are providing the best service possible.
If you have any questions or concerns please call 951-471-4713 or email us at info@cpbhc.org DISCLAIMER: We are not a clinic with licensed doctors. We are a behavioral health center that provides resources and free to low-cost services to the community. Our volunteers range from volunteers with no experience, peer support, advocates, ministers, life coaches, counselors, paralegals, LDA’s, and much more. We are “not doctors” or “medical professionals” as we do not offer any professional medical advice, diagnosis, treatment, or medication. We provide support services (fellowship, and validation while navigating through the healing process, educational resources, goal setting, case management, immediate "basic needs" such as food (including water), shelter and clothing, and so much more.




Youth Coaching


Our little ones mean the most to us, however, they are stronger than we realize yet so fragile. Their mental health is still shaping and various traumas of any kind can cause long-term harm to them. Environmental causes of mental illness in adolescents are typical, at their core, a result of stress. Common sources of stress in adolescence are social stress, isolation, or substance abuse. Other common sources of stress include Trauma – emotional, sexual, or physical abuse. Your teen might have enough support to get through the initial trauma, but as an adult, might begin to flounder and spiral into a period of depression, anxiety, or other mental health issues. This can cause self-medication that leads to addiction. Our team is trained in helping children and youth. Working with children requires a different skill set which we do our best to select the most patient staff to assist our youth. Please note: Our staff that works with our youth are not all registered psychologists, and we are fully operated by volunteers that are either ministers, life coaches, counselors, peer support, advocates, and basic volunteers. We help each child through fellowship, validation while navigating through the healing process, with educational resources, goal setting. A few of our facilities are equipped with therapy animals which helps the children open up during our sessions. During the intake process, a case manager will be assigned to you. They will select who will best meet your needs. Your case will be evaluated after each session by our team to see if we are providing the best service possible.
If you have any questions or concerns please call 951-471-4713 or email us at info@cpbhc.org DISCLAIMER: We are not a clinic with licensed doctors. We are a behavioral health center that provides resources and free to low-cost services to the community. Our volunteers range from volunteers with no experience, peer support, advocates, ministers, life coaches, counselors, paralegals, LDA’s, and much more. We are “not doctors” or “medical professionals” as we do not offer any professional medical advice, diagnosis, treatment, or medication. We provide support services (fellowship, and validation while navigating through the healing process, educational resources, goal setting, case management, immediate "basic needs" such as food (including water), shelter and clothing, and so much more.





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Central Point Behavioral Health Center helps thier community by providing food (whether hot or in the form of a grocery or fast-food gift card), a safe place to sleep (hotel vouchers and shelters for homeless, domestic violence victims, and teen runaways), transportation costs (gas card, Uber, taxi), assistance with medical expenses, final expenses (funeral, burial, cremation), and recover and rebuild after a disaster.

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