FREMONT COMMUNITY THERAPY PROJECT
Low cost psychotherapy and psychological assessment
The Fremont Community Therapy Project (FCTP) offers low-fee psychotherapy and psychological assessment to people whose financial resources make it difficult to get help for problems in their lives. Under the supervision of volunteer licensed psychologists and other licensed mental health professionals, doctoral graduate students in psychology offer high-quality psychological services to their clients. Our funding comes entirely from client fees.
Our training programs offer graduate students and post-doctoral residents in-depth experiences and mentoring in the development of skills necessary for success in their career goal of independent practice of psychology.
Services We Offer
- Therapy for individuals age 16 and older and couples (same-sex and heterosexual).
- DBT groups for developing interpersonal and emotional skills.
- Treatment with EMDR for survivors of trauma.
- Psychological assessment of your intellectual and/or emotional functioning such as questions about learning disabilities or competency.
- Consultation to allied health and mental health professionals about their clients or patients
- Workshops on topics of interest to members of the general public
Problems We Can Assist With
Our student therapists offer assistance with a variety of difficulties that people have in life, including:
- Post traumatic stress
- Difficulties making choices and decisions in your life
- Effects of discrimination and harassment
- Communications difficulties with your spouse, partner, or family
- Staying clean and sober when you've already gotten clean and sober
- Dealing with problems with your health