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Center for Community Counseling and Engagement

MFT Trainee

MFT TraineeCenter for Community Counseling and Engagement
Contact Person:
Rebecca Quinn 619-594-4918
Address:
4283 El Cajon Blvd Suite 215
CA 92105
Methods of Payment Accepted:
Cash only.
Insurance:
Insurance is not required. We work on a sliding scale fee based on income and number of dependents.
Languages Spoken:
English
Specialty/Interest:
As an MFT trainee and current second-year graduate student at San Diego State University, I have been passionate about working with individuals and families as they navigate the transitional time of pregnancy and childbirth. While feeding my passion I have done training around perinatal mood disorders and stay active in the birthing community in San Diego, all while working with clients who are navigating pregnancy and postpartum matters. I am fortunate to be able to complete my traineeship at the Center for Community Counseling and Engagement in City Heights which is affiliated with SDSU. At this facility, I am monitored by three licensed supervisors who provide amazing support in helping me address the needs of each case I work with. The CCCE works on a sliding scale based on the number of dependents and reported household income. We never turn away clients for inability to pay. If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to reach out to our clinic. I look forward to possibly working with you in the future!
Bio:
As an MFT trainee at SDSU, I am very interested in working with maternal care, couples, family transition, birth trauma, sexual trauma, among other things. I also have an M.A. in Sociology with an emphasis on family theory. While completing this program I was able to study women's birth experiences (medicated versus non-medicated) and how that impacted how they viewed their birth experience. I am very passionate about birth and all of the mental health concerns that are seen in this context. I believe strongly in empowering women with education, mental health resources, and adequate social support.