Bilingual Mental Health Therapy and Case Management
Pathways supports the well-being of Alameda County children (girls and boys), families and adults with comprehensive, evidence-based therapy and case management at accessible locations, like local schools. Approaches include Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, a nationally recognized best practice for treating those who have experienced trauma.
If you or your family would like to learn more about Pathways’ services, please call our main number at (510) 357-5515. You will be connected with one of our clinicians.
Consultation for Youth-Serving Adults
Pathways builds family-friendly access points to mental health care by increasing the number of Alameda County adults who can recognize and respond to mental health challenges, and refer to more intensive services when needed. Consultation is provided for youth-serving professionals including the teachers, school administrators, and youth development staff who are often “first responders” when children experience symptoms.
Clinical Internship Program
Pathways trains the next generation of community therapists through our clinical internship program for masters and doctoral level students. By integrating best practices and clinical theory with real-world applications, our interns gain skills to provide evidence-based, culturally responsive services in our community. Learn More and Apply.
Pathways equips mental health professionals throughout Alameda County with relevant, timely information to support their work with children and families. Through leadership of the Community Mental Health Training Consortium, we provide consistent, high-quality trainings promoting county-wide development of the quality services our children and families deserve.