A supportive housing program for women recovering from the impact of trauma. La Selva Group is excited to announce the addition of its new residential site that opened on November 26, 2018. The new program is a supportive housing site in the Palo Alto community with a focus on women recovering from the impact of […]
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Meet Juliana Lockman, MD Dr. Juliana Lockman directs the Functional Neurologic Symptom Disorder (FND) track at La Selva. She works in collaboration with the Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences at Stanford, where she is Clinical Assistant Professor in Neuropsychiatry. She completed residencies in both Neurology at the University of Virginia and Psychiatry at Stanford […]
Welcome Emily Gray, LMFT I am happy to introduce Emily Gray, LMFT, as our new Director of Admissions. La Selva’s residential treament program provides comprehensive and individualized treatment in a compassionate, warm, home like environment. It is located in a beautiful, residential neighborhood of Palo Alto near Stanford University. Our residential treatment program provides a […]
Residential Remodel Looks Beautiful La Selva is excited to report the remodel of our residential program is complete! We are back to full capacity and appreciate everyone’s patience when we needed to limit our capacity to support the remodel project. “The new changes really bring a higher level of functionality and foster our core concept […]
Now Offering Specialized Trauma Treatment La Selva is now proudly offering specialized trauma treatment! As La Selva has grown, we’ve noticed that over two-thirds of our clients have experienced some type of trauma. The symptoms associated with PTSD and complex trauma can make treating co-occurring disorders even more challenging. To address this we now offer […]
Breaking the silence is an article written by Joshua Alvarez in today’s issue of the Palo Alto Weekly. The writer did an excellent job in expressing how stigma can prevent or make it a struggle to receive help when faced with mental illness. Jim Millsap, who is our Executive Director of The La Selva Group, also contributed […]
Paul Taylor received special recognition at the Santa Clara County Behavioral Health Board’s 4th Annual Community Heroes Reception that was held on April 22nd.
The La Selva’s news blog will provide helpful communication and resources to anybody seeking more information on mental health issues. We hope you find this useful in your own journey to learn more while also providing an opportunity to connect with the La Selva Group as a caring partner interested in current issues impacting the […]