Our clinicians provide affirming care. Vida Clinic therapists have a Masters degree or higher in social work (LMSW, LCSW), counseling (LPC, LMFT), or PhD/PsyD in Psychology (LP).  Our therapists are trained in a variety of evidence-based strategies and can work with you and/or your family on issues related to:

  • Mood Disorders (Depression, Anxiety)
  • Stress management 
  • Psychological trauma and toxic stress
  • Relationship and attachment
  • Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • Parenting/ caregiving issues
  • Life transitions 
  • Chronic health problems
  • Acculturation
  • Severe and persistent mental illness
  • Significant family transitions
  • Grief and loss
  • High conflict households
  • Complex trauma and acute crises
  • Family separation
  • Parenting challenges
  • School-related difficulties
  • Conflict between caregivers

Our clinics are open year-round, which means no disruption in client care during summer or holiday breaks. 


Each of us are impacted by our surrounding environment, and we believe that our model of connected care provides clients and their families the opportunity to achieve positive, healthy experiences in their community. Through collaborations with a variety of organizations, we are better able to streamline services and remove barriers, making mental health care more effective and accessible. Our work with healthcare facilities, childcare programs, neighborhoods, and other local agencies offers a multi-layered approach to mental health care and wellness.


Vida Clinic offers a variety of school mental health services that supports the entire campus community – students, families, and school staff. Our ecological approach provides intensive clinical services that are distinct from other programs or interventions offered on campuses. We collaborate closely with school counselors, administrators, nurses, educators, police officers and other campus-based support programs to coordinate care. Additional advantages of our services for schools include helping detect early signs of mental health issues, getting individuals in quickly for services, ensuring students miss minimal class time to attend sessions, and providing ongoing clinical services offered year-round.

Our school mental health services may include:

  • Individual, family, and group therapy
  • Campus-wide training and professional development
  • Consultation services for teachers and school staff
  • Small group workshops
  • Crisis support