I am now an in-network provider for Managed Health Network (MHN), and am credentialed to provide services for their Behavioral Health Plans. I also offer Employee Assistance Program (EAP) support for both employees and employers/management.
If you have an behavioral health plan and/or EAP services via MHN, visit their Member Resources site or call the number on your identification card to inquire about your eligibility.
Second Chance Legal Clinic assists those who are working to overcome barriers to employment and housing due to past arrest and conviction records.
The Clinic is offered at two community-based locations:
Last Tuesday of Each Month at 6pm
West Bay Community Center, 1290 Fillmore Street (at Eddy Street)
Please see the Lawyer's Committee for Civil Rights page on Racial Justice Direct Services for more information.
I am extremely pleased to announce that I am now part of the San Francisco Private Provider Network!
This means that I may provide services to beneficiaries of Medi-Cal and Healthy San Francisco, or those with limited income. These services are usually provided at no cost, depending on your specific plan.
To find out if you are eligible, and to ask for a referral to my practice, you may call the CBHS 24-hour Access Helpline at (415) 255-3737.
I have greatly enjoyed the thoughtful seminars facilitated by Reflective Spaces/Material Places, a local collective of practitioners in community mental health settings. Their goal is to bring dynamic thought to our work, address the considerable pressure to continually deliver more services with fewer resources, and discuss meaningful interventions that address the social, psychic and justice demands of those facing the most oppressive circumstances.
They are responding to current civil action with an impromptu meeting to provide a space for reflection and community amongst mental health practitioners. Please see the flyer before for more information.
Catalyst Project is a center for political education and movement building.
Please join me in attending their upcoming speakers panel of local Black organizers, followed by a discussion and skill share on how to move ourselves and other white people to take bold and accountable action against racism.
Sunday December 14, 5-8pm
The Omni, 4799 Shattuck, Oakland
Childcare provided upon request
This event will focus on white people taking anti-racist action, but all are welcome.
Speakers on the panel will include:
Harm Reduction Therapy Center just announced that they are offering a FREE 4- week harm reduction class and support group through December and into January.
(About Resource Mondays: I share my favorite local community resources on my blog each week, and I invite you to respond with your own suggestions, referrals, and helpful information. You are welcome to share and re-post any form of support you see here.)
Jessica Katzman, Psy.D.
I'm a psychologist with a private practice in San Francisco's Castro District. I'm interested in harm reduction, LGBTQQIAAP issues, psychedelic integration, social justice conversations, size acceptance, and any intersections of the above. I welcome your comments!
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