1686 Barton Road
Redlands, California 92373
Phone: (909) 558-9500
Loma Linda University (LLU) Counseling and Family Sciences (CFS) Clinic, formerly known as the Marriage and Family Therapy (MFAM) Clinic, is operated by the Department of Counseling and Family Sciences, a program within the School of Behavioral Health. Clinicians are students currently enrolled in the Department's Counseling and Marital and Family Therapy Programs.
The Clinic, located on the second floor of the LLU Behavioral Health Institute (BHI), participates as an academic clinic within an innovative, integrated endeavor offering community members easy access to interdisciplinary behavioral health care under one roof. The CFS Clinic is staffed by master's level professional clinical counselor trainees and marriage and family therapist (MFT) trainees and doctoral level MFT interns. Appointments with faculty are available on a limited basis. All clinicians at the Clinic are supervised by licensed MFTs, who have qualified as AAMFT-approved supervisors.
In addition to professional clinical counselor trainees and marriage and family therapist (MFT) trainees and interns, the BHI offers access to psychiatry residents, social work interns, and psychology students.
Clinic Mission Statement
The Loma Linda University Counseling and Family Sciences Clinic is a team of professionals in mental health functioning within the mission of the University, "To Make Man Whole." A holistic approach refers to relating to complete systems rather than to the analysis of, treatment of, and disse ction into parts. Therefore, we are concerned with understanding people at the micro level (biological, physiological) and macro level (family, social, spiritual). Included in our endeavors of holistic care are professors, administrators, supervisors, medical personnel, credentialed family therapists, and clinicians in training.
1. To provide high quality individual, group, marital, couple, and family therapy to the people of the greater Inland Empire.
2. To commit to excellent training for students within the disciplines of counseling and family sciences.
3. To act collaboratively with community professionals to provide the most comprehensive understanding and care for clients.
4. To develop research methods and findings which will contribute to the field of family therapy, mental health, and intersections of holistic care.
Clients at the Loma Linda University Counseling and Family Sciences Clinic pay for services on a sliding-scale fee basis. You fee is based on your income and ability to pay. The Clinic does accept Risk Management for those employed by Loma Linda University.
You can afford help at the Clinic--right now.