PFCS is very grateful to the Escondido Charitable Foundation's generous funding of our Teen Life Skills program in EUHSD schools. This…
PFCS Welcomes 15 New Graduate Trainees
Palomar Family Counseling Service is proud of our commitment to training the next generation of therapists. We are so pleased to welcome 15 new graduate trainees from 8 different universities who will be working in our offices as well as in the public schools this year. These graduate students are completing a practicum requirement necessary for Marriage and Family Therapy, Master of Social Work, or Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor degrees.
To many on the outside, entering a military base can be a stressful, worrisome and an uncomfortable situation. Getting through the gate involves driving by and letting an armed military member check your ID, sometimes making you go to the pass house to get sponsored on. It’s not uncommon to drive by tanks, or to see helicopters flying overhead, and to those who live and work on base, it’s the norm.