The Coming Home Project’s psychotherapist cohort is composed of licensed and trained psychologists, psychiatrists, clinical social workers, and marriage and family therapists who volunteer their services. Our psychotherapists receive state-of-the-art training and the support of ongoing peer consultation. We offer psychological counseling in Northern California to family members of military personnel who are serving, preparing to serve, or have served in Operation Iraqi Freedom or Operation Enduring Freedom. We also provide information and referral services for those living outside Northern California. If you are a spouse, partner, boyfriend, girlfriend, child or teenager, sibling, parent, grandparent or other extended family member of a soldier, you are eligible. We also serve veterans of OIF and OEF, including Active Duty, Reserve and Guard. Services are free and completely confidential and there is no limit to the number of sessions.
The stress of reintegrating into civilian and family life after service can be daunting. The strains of preparing for a loved one to deploy, having a loved one deploy and be in country, and welcoming a loved one back after service can take their toll. Our therapy can help provide a safe place for veterans and family members alike to speak about your experiences, be recognized and listened to, and develop new ways to cope with the feelings, changes and experiences that come up during these readjustments.
We do not handle emergency situations for those who are not already seeing one of our psychotherapists.
If you or someone you know is interested in psychological counseling please contact our clinical coordinator, Dr. Loren Krane at 415-563-3540, or firstname.lastname@example.org. All inquiries are kept strictly confidential.
If you are a licensed mental health professional interested in volunteering your services please contact our clinical coordinator, Dr. Loren Krane at 415-563-3540 or email@example.com.