We are offering psychotherapy from a Christian world view, dealing with a huge variety of concerns. Some of those concerns include: assisting couples through challenging times in their marriage, pre-marital counseling, blended family issues, help for children of parents who are divorced, posttraumatic stress, loss and grief, depression and anxiety, to name a few.
Patrick Curran is a licensed family and marriage therapist. He was raised in Los Angeles with 7 other siblings. His training involves twenty-five years employment in the education field, and raising his own 6 children and 3 step-children.
He earned a University of New Mexico bachelors degree in psychology in 1977, a school counseling masters degree from University of LaVerne in 1999, as well as a National University masters degree in counseling psychology in 2006.
For nine years, he was a home school coordinator in Hayfork, as well as a group home counselor for Redding's Open Line Group homes. Currently, he's serving Corning and Anderson high school students doing therapy with students via River Cities Counseling, Inc. and assisting low-income customers via Red Bluff's family service agency. Patrick is particularly passionate about assisting couples in improving their relationships through emotionally focused couples therapy.
Areas of expertise include:
Victims of physical or sexual abuse as children
Blended family issues
Children of divorced parents
Depression in men, women and teens
Certified trauma therapist
Christian and religious issues
Student and teacher conflicts
ADHD and difficult and energized children
Male and female mid-life crisis issues
Adjustment issues: loss, career, relationship changes, divorce