Best 30 Marriage Family Child Individual Counselors in Rancho Cucamonga, CA with Reviews -
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By: Clark I.
Lifestyle Counseling & Consultation Inc
Extremely disappointed in my experience with the administrator. She was very rude and was yelling at me when I confronted her about the attitude she portrayed to my wife. She accused me saying I was calling her a racist when I simply stated that she ask "Are you Chinese speaking". She became very defensive continuing to yell at me and accused me of being angry. I simply wanted to ask the contact information of the group she was under and refused to give me any information. "I'M NOT GIVING YOU WHAT YOU WANT!" she yelled. I simply and calmly asked what is that I want because I did not believe she understood what exactly I wanted. She then goes to say "I HAVE NO TIME FOR THIS AND HAVE A BUSINESS TO RUN!" and hung up the phone. She accused me of threatening her when I was just trying to leave a comment of my perspective and she accused me of being wrong when it was my opinion. I do not believe that this is a way to do business for a counseling service. I will likely be filing a law suit for emotion distress as my wife was seeking counsel and was treated so poorly leaving her even more in an unstable state.
By: Dennis C.
Ricardo Martinez, LCSW, MF
very satisfied M.R Martinez takes the time to hear you out and help you with results that I am satisfied with 100%
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The average cost of a session with a counselor in 2017 is  $90 an hour. The cost range $60-$130 an hour. Some counselors offer package deals and might take insurance.
A marriage, family, child or individual counselor can help you if you are having relationship problems, feeling sad and unmotivated, worry excessively, are undergoing a difficult transition period, have problems related to addiction, have suffered trauma or abuse, etc.
A counselor generally advises patients on solving a problem and will work with them to arrive at a solution. A therapist uses psychological techniques to treat mental and/or emotional problems to encourage behavior modification.
A counselor can help your child with mental and emotional issues that they may find difficult to express. These may be connected to tragic events, stress, developmental issues or life changes.
A family counselor helps members of a family resolve areas of conflict and improve their communication skills. They may meet with all family members or those who wish to participate.

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