Since 1982, Chrysalis Community Counseling Services, a nonprofit agency, has provided high-quality affordable counseling. Chrysalis is dedicated to providing a safe, supportive place where all voices are heard, encouraged and respected.
Counseling can include long or short-term assistance with self-esteem, relationships, parenting, money issues, grief, disability, codependency, work issues, life transitions issues, abuse, incest and sexuality.
We offer affordable counseling to women, men, couples, children and families. Our fees are set on an income-based sliding scale.
For more information, or to set up an appointment call 707.545.1670 x264
Celebrating over 30 years of providing high-quality, affordable feminist counseling for women, men, couples, children and families in Sonoma County!
Thanks to everyone who helped make our 30th Anniversary celebration such a huge success! We look forward to many more years of providing high-quality affordable feminist therapy in Sonoma County.
And another huge thank you to The Freitas Foundation for a $5000.00 grant, the Russian River Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence for a $1000 grant, and Center for Spiritual Living, Santa Rosa for making us one of their 2015 non-profit partners. These contributions will make it possible for us to provide over 300 hours of subsidized counseling to clients in need.
Internships/Traineeships: In addition to providing affordable counseling, Chrysalis provides training and supervision for counseling interns and trainees gaining hours towards licensure. For more information about our internship program, click here
Midlife and Beyond: A Group for Women in Transition meets Thursdays at Chrysalis from 6:30-8 PM. For more information call Denise Traina, PhD at 583-2377.
Recording and Listening: Class starting at Chrysalis. Recording and Listening is a simple and powerful practice that can assist you in working with many different issues. For more informations click here
For a history of feminism and feminist therapy as well as an informative article about feminist therapy, click here