VMS Family Counseling Services opened it’s therapeutic program in 2013, focusing then on providing support to foster and adopted children, as well as their families. Over the years, the experience that the team has to offer has increased leaps and bounds, allowing the team to provide service to individuals, couples, and families. It also allows the team to utilize a variety of strategies to support those who are not currently being successful or who are in need, those who have been diagnosed with mental illnesses, or those who believe that they are currently struggling with mental health issues. The VMS Family Counseling Services therapeutic team wants to provide you with support today. Please contact us at: 559-573-4194 or firstname.lastname@example.org
VMS Family Counseling Services can help with the following issues:
Anger Management Issues
Oppositional Defiant Disorder
Adoption and Attachment Issues
Feelings of Isolation
Unresolved childhood issues
School based behavioral problems
Occupational and Social problems
And a variety of other issues, please feel free to contact us today to see if we can help you and your family with your particular issue or concern.
Meet Our Team
Victoria Sanders, LMFT 52610
Victoria Sanders, LMFT 52610 is a therapist with more than 12 years experience working with children who have come from trauma, their families, as well as law enforcement and their families. Victoria is particularly passionate about working with fostered and adopted children and their families. Victoria is passionate about helping others, and supporting families in being successful, happy, and positive in their life. Victoria is also the CEO and Founder of VMS Family Counseling Services, but continues to provide services to children and families because it is her heart, that is her passion and her love for providing treatment and support to others is too great for her to walk away from.
Tyler Diaz, LMFT 86361
Tyler Diaz, LMFT 86361 is a therapist with more than 10 years experience working with children, adolescents, couples, and families. Tyler works with individual’s and families who are experiencing a variety of struggles, including depression, anxiety, inter-familial conflict, and life stress related issues. Tyler is passionate about supporting law enforcement officers, and their families, and ensuring that all of those who she supports and works with are able to be successful in all that they do.
Donald Turnmire, LMFT 118711
Donald Turnmire, LMFT 118711 is a therapist with more than five years experience working with children and adults who have experienced trauma. Donald is trained in EMDR, a particular trauma treatment which is proven to help resolve trauma in an effective manner. Donald is also a Yoga instructor, which is just a small part of how he creates a calm, supportive environment in his sessions. Donald is familiar with a variety of struggles that children, adolescents, and adults go through, and he has a powerful desire to support others in being successful in their life.
Diego Rodriguez Garcia, LMFT 118699
Diego Rodriguez Garcia, LMFT 118699 is a therapist with more than five years experience working with children and adults in a variety of settings, including in the community and in schools, which offers him a unique view that others experience. Diego is trained in EMDR, a particular trauma treatment which is proven to help resolve trauma in an effective manner, as well as EFT, an alternative treatment method for pain and emotional distress. His experience allows him to provide treatment in such a way that he is able to offer calm, supportive, and positive treatment to a variety of individuals, including those who have experienced trauma, law enforcement officers, and couples.
William Schmahl is a Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist #118251, and is directly supervised by Victoria Sanders, LMFT 52610. William’s personal and professional experience gives him a unique strategy for engagement with adolescents and children, as well as law enforcement officers and families, and he is able to provide support that is unique just to him. His combination of energy, knowledge, and support offers a positive setting for healing to occur.
Brenda Rodriguez is a Registered Associate Clinical Social Worker #90310 and is directly supervised by Tyler Diaz, LMFT 86361. She is the newest member of the therapeutic team. Although she is the newest member of our team, her experience as a social worker, and as a life and business coach gives her a unique perspective on how to connect and support those who are going through hard times. Brenda is particularly passionate about helping and supporting women who are having a difficult time in being successful in their life.
Ashley Harris is the VMS Office Manager and has been with the organization for more than four years, and is the literal glue that holds the team together. She handles all billing and scheduling issues, she is the go to person for any questions that both client’s and staff have. Her quiet, thoughtful, and attention to detail ensures that all people feel as though they are able to ask for help and support when needed.
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VMS Family Counseling Service currently accepts the following insurance:
Blue Shield of CA
Some Blue Shield/Blue Cross plans
Fresno County Sheriff’s Dept EAP
For those who are wishing to pay cash, rates are as follows:
If you have additional information about what types of insurance we accept, or pricing, please feel free to contact Ashley Harris, Office Manager at 559-573-4444.
With a licensed therapist:
Individual Session - $110 per session
Family or Couple’s Session - $135 per session
With a registered associate:
Individual Session - $50-$95 (rate based on income)
Family or Couple’s Session - $75-$115 (rate based on income)
Feel free to give us a call or send us an email with your questions or comments.
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