Serving the needs of our multilingual community

Multilingual Counseling Center has provided multilingual mental health counseling to children, individuals, and families in the San Francisco Bay Area for over 20 years

Our Services

Varied therapeutic styles

We are dedicated to serving those suffering from mental health symptoms, such as: depression, PTSD, bipolar disorder, anxiety, ADHD, and all other mental health diagnoses.

Multilingual counseling

Our bilingual and multilingual therapists allow their clients to move freely between two or more languages throughout their therapy session to more fully express themselves and their formed experiences.

In-person or tele-therapy

We have offices across Alameda County, including Oakland, San Leandro, and Newark. Can’t make it into the office? No worries – we’ve got you covered with tele-therapy.

Meet our therapists


Explore our applied theories and therapy styles

Attachment theory, developed by Bowlby and Ainsworth, focuses on early emotional bonds, examining how secure attachments contribute to emotional well-being and how therapists can address attachment-related issues to enhance interpersonal connections.

CBT, founded by Beck and Ellis, targets dysfunctional thought patterns and behaviors through collaborative interventions. It empowers clients to challenge negative thoughts, develop coping strategies, and foster adaptive behaviors for effective treatment of conditions like anxiety and depression.

Cross-cultural therapy recognizes cultural influences on mental health, striving to create a culturally sensitive therapeutic environment. Therapists integrate cultural competence to bridge understanding gaps, ensuring respectful and inclusive therapy tailored to the client’s cultural background.

Rooted in Freud’s ideas, psychodynamic therapy explores the unconscious mind’s role in shaping behavior. Therapists aim to help clients gain insight into unconscious processes, understand the impact of past experiences, and work through unresolved conflicts to foster personal growth.

Get started by calling the Access Line