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Concord Community Counseling Center


JFK University’s Community Counseling Center in Concord provides high-quality mental health services at affordable rates. It is a safe, confidential place to receive personal counseling and find support.

Adults, children, couples and families can receive counseling for a wide variety of issues, including:

  • Parent issues and child-parent conflicts
  • Career/workplace challenges
  • School-related problems
  • "Empty nests," job loss, and other life transitions
  • Divorce
  • Grief
  • Anxiety and depression
  • Abuse and trauma
  • Veteran issues - PTSD and transitioning back to civilian and home life.

The Center's services include:

  • Individual and group therapy
  • Weekly support groups
  • Coaching and consulting
  • Workshops and community education
  • Psychological assessment

Counseling at the Center is provided by caring, mature graduate students from the Master's and Doctoral programs in JFK University's College of Graduate and Professional Studies. Counseling trainees and interns are supervised by professionals licensed in clinical psychology, marriage and family therapy, and social work.

Appointments are available weekdays or evenings. The centers are unable to accommodate walk-ins. They are wheelchair accessible.

For an appointment, call 925.798.9240.

Fees are on an affordable, sliding-scale; however, third-party payments cannot be accepted.

Referrals will be made to other agencies for individuals who are acutely suicidal, potentially violent, suffering from severe psychiatric illness, or actively abusing drugs or alcohol.