One Life believes that access to mental health services should be easily accessible, readily available and comfortable. Everyday we counsel, advocate, and nurture our clients, our community, our schools. We believe no one should have to suffer alone, suicide is preventable and treatment is available.
- Calls are returned in 24 hours, clients are seen within 1 week, and every budget is accommodated. We believe there should be no barriers to treatment.
- We are a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization of skilled therapists and change agents who aim to inspire, educate, and provide accessible counseling for anyone who needs it.
- We provide innovative counseling, training, and seminars for anyone who wants to live a purposeful inspired life.
- We keep our doors open to anyone regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, or ability to pay. We will find you therapy if you want it.
Individual & Group Therapy
We provide individual and group therapy. With over 40 therapists we cover a broad range of services and specialties. Check out our Find a therapist page or call us and we would be happy to connect you with an great fit.
Modalities of Treatment
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
Family / Marital
Solution Focused Brief (SFBT)
Spanish, Tagalog, Cantonese, Hindi, Punjabi
Child or Adolescent
Issues around spirituality
Transitions to College
Trauma and PTSD
Single Mother Support Group
First Responders Support Group
Some of our Therapists:
Sheryl is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She is dedicated to helping adults, adolescents and families recover from trauma, loss and thrive while coping with chronic medical conditions. Trained in transpersonal psychology, trauma focused cognitive behavioral therapy, eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR), she uses a holistic approach and is skilled in individualizing the care she offers. Serving in local nonprofit agencies and private practice, Sheryl has offered extensive support to foster and adoptive families and to individuals ready to deepen their personal relationships. Sheryl is able to help individuals reduce anxiety, improve their mood, restore hope, and reconnect with their community.
Sheryl is also a licensed Irlen Diagnostician and the clinic director of the San Francisco Bay Area Irlen Clinic. The Irlen Method provides a unique service for some children and adults identified with reading and learning difficulties, low motivation, attention deficit disorder (ADHD), discipline problems, headaches and migraines, autism, and traumatic brain injury. The symptoms of Irlen Syndrome are wide-ranging, but the technology focuses on one core problem: the brain’s inability to process visual information. An individual does not have to have a diagnosed reading or learning problem to benefit from the Irlen Method. Even good readers and gifted students can be helped. For more information see www.Irlen.com