Maple Response Network in the News

  BY PARKER COLLINS EL SEGUNDO PUBLISHED ON SPECTRUM NEWS 1   EL SEGUNDO, Calif. — One El Segundo high school asked for help when faced with a terrible loss. School psychologist Lynn Rodriguez has known Steven Anderson ever since she was a teenager. He was her history teacher for two years. “Mr. Anderson, I always call[…]

TMCC Establishes Maple Response Network

Many of us continue to be impacted by the rise in school and mass shootings here in California and across the country.   While our communities may not always be directly affected, we certainly can empathize with the grief and loss, leaving us feeling lonely, depressed or anxious.   That's why we are proud to announce[…]

Queer Space

Date and Time: Thursdays, 6:30-7:30 pm PST Location: The Maple Counseling Center Join us for a new group for lesbian, bisexual, pansexual, queer, questioning, and trans women, femmes and non-binary folks. Group therapy is a collaborative process for exploring personal challenges and growth. Some people may choose to join a therapy group in addition to[…]

KNBC-TV Interviews Susanna De Mari on Secondary Trauma

Many individuals in our community may be experiencing secondary grief and trauma associated with last week’s shooting tragedy and the devastating fires. We have been working behind the scenes with local municipalities and other organizations offering our services to those in need of counseling. Our staff also has been available for media commentary, providing perspective[…]

Listen to Our First Back-to-School Webinar

A Webinar to Help Parents and Students Manage their Anxieties and Fears As the New School Semester Begins On Thursday, August 23, 2018, The Maple Counseling Center hosted a free, one-hour webinar to provide mechanisms for alertness, appropriate responses, and what parents and students can do to minimize anxiety and foster a safe community. Five panelists comprised[…]

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