Santa Ana CGC
525 Cabrillo Pk. Drive, Suite 300
Santa Ana, CA 92701
(714) 953-4455
Buena Park CGC
6301 Beach Blvd, Suite 245
Buena Park, CA 90621
(714) 736-0231
Fullerton CGC
2050 Youth Way
Fullerton, CA 92835
(714) 871-9264

Child Guidance Center

Thank you for visiting our website, we are currently under construction and will be available soon!

In the meantime, we continue to provide our services and programs to families in Orange County. If you have any questions or would like more information, please call us at (714) 953-4455 or send an email to sshah@cgcinc.org.

Thank you for your patience and understanding.

Mission

  • To provide quality outpatient mental health, trauma and child abuse related counseling
  • To empower children and families to reach their potential
  • To educate on the importance of prevention and treatment

Treatment & Assessment Programs:

Through contracts from the Orange County Health Care Agency/Behavioral Health Division, Social Services Agency, outside funders, and community support, CGC provides in-depth counseling programs that include individual, family and group counseling; trauma-focused cognitive behavior treatment/psychological testing; PEERS group treatment; psychiatric evaluation and medication support. CGC is also involved with community research involving childhood obesity.

Parent-Child Interaction Therapy:

PCIT is an innovative, evidence-based approach to treating parents along with their young child(ren), ages 2-10. A therapist standing behind a one-way mirror coaches the parent wearing a wireless earphone on specific ways of relating to, or managing the child's behavior "at the moment."

Strong Families, Strong Children (SFSC):

Since 2010, of the 2500+ children and families treated at CGC each year, 10% identify as veteran- or military-connected. In response, CGC's SFSC Program extends treatment to affected children and families of veterans, active duty, reserve, National Guard and fallen. Notably, in addition to specialized training to serve these families, CGC employs SFSC staff with lived military experience for outreach, engagement and treatment services.