Stepping Forward Counseling Center

Open House
Wednesday September 12, 2018 (10am -7pm)
Portraits of Autism will be on view through November, 2018
Yorba Linda, CA

Top Mental Health Services for Kids in Irvine, Yorba Linda and New Jersey

Stepping Forward Counseling Center (SFCC), LLC is an excellent mental health organization with three open locations in Irvine, Yorba Linda, California and Chatham, New Jersey. We provide a safe space for children and young adults who are struggling with neuro-biological disorders, emotional issues or mental illnesses, such as Bipolar Disorder, Conduct Disorder, ADHD/ADD, OCD, Anxiety, Depression, etc. SFCC offers highly effective mental health services, programs and summer camps (Stepping Forward Therapeutic Summer Camp) to clients residing in Southern California and New Jersey. Our staff of highly compassionate and knowledgeable mental health specialists are experts in the evaluation and treatment of emotional and mental ailments. SFCC is passionate about helping young children, adolescents and their families improve their quality of life.

Exceptional Mental Health Programs

With SFCC, we offer a diverse assortment of exceptional mental health programs based on the needs of our client. Each child has their own personalized plan. We provide a comprehensive list of integrated, therapeutic treatment programs and educational services that are effective, culturally competent and client-friendly.

Whether your child is in need of an Afterschool Program, Autism “ABA” Programs, Psychiatrist Outpatient Services, creative art therapy, Parent Programs, Family Therapy, Clinically Advanced Multi-Modality Program, etc., SFCC’s evidence-based behavior strategies and modalities are proven to work and hold a very high success rate. Our clients have shown significant improvements in self-esteem, social skills, anger control, problem-solving skills, rule following, etc. All of our programs are customized to suit your child’s specific needs.


Stepping Forward Counseling Center - Deborah Martin -Portraits of Autism