More Than Half of Americans Say Their Mental Health is Suffering Because of the Presidential Election, Survey Finds Younger Adults Are Significantly More Impacted; Nearly 8 in 10 Americans are ‘Worried’ About the Country’s Future Los Angeles, Calif., October 13, 2020 – Political tensions in the U.S. are taking a toll on the wellbeing[…]
The Maple Counseling Center Names Varina Bleil Executive Director - Dr. Bonnie Goldstein and Bruce Rosenblum Elected Board Co-Chairs - LOS ANGELES, February 3, 2021 – The Maple Counseling Center, a nonprofit mental health organization serving the greater Los Angeles community, today announced it has named Varina Bleil as executive director. Maple also announced[…]
Maple Response Network featured on Spectrum News 1 By Parker Collins 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[…]
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[…]
Nearly 40 percent of female respondents are extremely stressed compared to 26 percent of their male counterparts, according to a recent client survey conducted by The Maple Counseling Center
Maple Counseling Center taps clinical staff to help single people cope with the stress of Valentine’s Day.
Social isolation is one of the biggest predictors of depression, especially during the holiday season, along with the added stress and anxiety that is common during this time of year.
De Mari brings to the Center nearly two decades of non-profit experience, serving in various areas including community mental health, transitional age youth housing and supportive services, as well as child welfare.
The Maple Counseling Center today presented longtime Community Circle Program Coordinator LuNel LeMieux with the inaugural Mel Feuer Spirit Award at its annual appreciation breakfast.