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|Tuesday||8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.|
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|Thursday||8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.|
|Friday||8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.|
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1 year in business
I’m so glad I reached out to Wade for counseling. He is such a talented therapist. He really made me feel safe and understood and I didn’t feel judged. Initially when I came to see him I was unsure if I should start therapy. I’m so glad I did! Wade has helped me to see things more clearer and I’ve gained better insight on the issues I came to address. I feel less anxious and depressed and have more confidence. He truly is a miracle worker! I’m just writing this review because I want others to reach out and not be fearful about getting therapy, as I had hesitated for way too long. Thank you Wade!Sep 15, 2018
Wade has had great insights re my psyche. This has been very helpful. On top of that he is quick to respond when I contact him and is always on time. Five stars easyJan 26, 2018
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Offering a discount to new clients $90 for couples and individual.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?I'm a solution-focused therapist helping clients with coping skills to manage symptoms of depression, anxiety, motivation, grief, communication, relationship issues and personality disorders.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Curtis Wade Smith,M.S., LMFT- Psychotherapy, MFC 102916 Qualifications: Years in Practice: 8 Years School: San Francisco State University Year Graduated: 2010 License No. and State: LMFT# 102916 California PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: The Stonewall Project, San Francisco AIDS Foundation San Francisco, CA 10/2011-Current COUNSELOR II •Provide group and individual integrated mental health and substance use counseling and treatment. Conduct intake, assessment, and treatment planning including substance use, mental health, HIV, HCV and other physical health concerns. Provide provisional DSM diagnosis, crisis intervention and case management. •Facilitate a wide-variety of counseling, education, and process groups for G/MSM including groups that offer low-threshold walk-in services to G/MSM who are actively using. Develop and maintain group curricula. Manage group materials including those used for outreach. Coordinate & conduct recruitment & retention of target populations. •Collaborate with other agencies, case managers and medical providers to achieve mission statement goals through meetings, trainings and other events. Write outreach materials and assist in the development of social marketing materials designed to provide: education, information, reduce stigma, reduce shame, assist with access to treatment and/or support. Jelani Inc San Francisca, CA 07/2010-10/2011 House Case Manager/ Primary Counselor • Provide case management, therapy, and counseling • Client groups included women with children/pregnant/postpartum men with children and families who were previously homeless * Focus problem areas include subs,(including criminal histories), severe trauma, and the emotional effects of abuse and/or family relationship problems. •Integrated treatment plan with life skills, understanding the Twelve Step, and facilitating support groups such as domestic violence and couples and relationships. Monitor resident passes, money management, and visitor screening. • Provide linkages, referrals, and communicating with Homeless Prenatal Agency, Child Protective Services, Drug Dependency Court therapy and psychosocial assessment understanding of co-occurring disorders with documentation, and case presentations. Iris Center San Francisco, CA 08/2009-6/2010 THERAPIST •Provided counseling, therapy, and case management to women of varied ages with drug and alcohol abuse problems; numerous women were HIV positive and a majority possessed criminal histories, severe trauma, and the emotional effects of abuse and/or family relationship problems. •Facilitated the observation, evaluation, interviewing and diagnosis of each case file. Addressed and initiated treatment planning, harm reduction, HIV prevention/treatment, documentation, and case presentations.