We are a multiethnic, multilingual, multicultural agency specializing in working with children, youth, and adults, couples and families needing mental health services.
East Bay Family Institute School Based Services Include:
Mindfulness Meditation, Mindful Camp, Psychological and Educational Assessment, Psychological Assessments, Training Program, School
Our goal is to work with each individual, couple, or family to move you toward greater:
Meeting you where you are and helping you realize your potential, setting and achieving your goals;
Helping those of you who have been injured by challenging life circumstances, traumatic experiences, or every day life issues by helping to bring you back toward a sense of integrity and wholeness in mind, body, and spirit;
Working to help you reduce the impacts of stress and anxieties and bringing you to a place of overall mental health and ease.
Our experienced staff of licensed and trained professionals is ready and available to assist you with your mental health goals. We are pleased to be able to offer services in English, Spanish, and Arabic and look forward to working with you. Contact us today to see how we can help you move toward growth, wholeness and wellbeing.
The East Bay Family Institute Staff
Dr. Lesleigh Franklin, Ph.D.
Makenna Berry Newton
Patricia M. Jones
Who We Are
As a multiethnic, multilingual, multicultural group of practitioners we are able to work with a broad diversity of individuals–children, youth and adults, couples and families needing high quality psychological services. We work with referring agencies and social workers looking for support for their clients.
We offer services in English, Spanish, and Arabic and specialize in difficult and challenging cases.
Among our many services we provide psychotherapy, clinical, educational assessments and evaluations for the court, expert witness testimony, and assessment for immigraion cases.
The staff of East Bay Family Institute specializes in working with challenging cases and have extensive expertise in trauma, domestic violence, reactive attachment, substance abuse, PTSD, and court mandated family therapy.
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