CALIFORNIA COUNSELING ASSOCIATES
Our phone and message system has been unreliable and we are working to fix that.
New Clients: please contact us by using the email form on our Contact page.
Current and Returning Clients: please call your therapist's voicemail number listed on the Therapists page.
During this health crisis, our therapists are transitioning to phone and video sessions with their clients. Your therapist will be contacting you to ascertain the best contact number for you. Hoping everyone stays safe and healthy.
Helping people grow since 1979
California Counseling Associates (CCA) is a group practice of eight psychotherapists: psychologists, social workers and MFT's. Serving Alameda and the surrounding East Bay communities for over 40 years, CCA offers psychotherapy and counseling for individual children, adolescents and adults, as well as counseling for couples and families. We welcome people of all ages and backgrounds to our practice.
We believe that psychotherapy helps people grow and change. Every stage of life contains potential challenges or conflicts that can be difficult to manage. These conflicts can leave people feeling confused about the choices they need to make, and can affect an individual’s ability to conduct meaningful, satisfying relationships with others.
In therapy, we join clients in finding successful answers to these challenges, helping to improve relationships, to enhance personal growth, and to develop more fulfilling answers to difficult problems.
Our aim is to match you with a therapist who can help you reach goals of reducing distress, developing relationships and promoting a healthier life.
To provide a caring supportive atmosphere for people suffering from a variety of emotional needs and wanting change in relationships and personal growth.
CCA provides therapeutic help for such concerns as:
Children’s Behavioral and Emotional Development
Grief and Loss
Low Self Esteem
Obsessive Thoughts, Compulsions
Personal Growth and Development
Relationship Concerns and Conflicts
Self Harm and Self Injury
Substance Abuse, Co-Dependency, Recovery
Transitions (Divorce, Retirement)