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Serving Northern California

Debbie Weinrich, LCSW
If you are a camp fire survivor and are interested in trauma counseling, please fill out the form below and we will contact you for  a follow-up
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Following a disaster, one of the most important aspects of returning

to a sense of wellness is the ability to heal the emotional damage

created by the cascade of traumas unleashed by an event as

devastating as a wildfire.


Thanks to the grant funding provided by the American Red Cross,

Caring Choices is offering eight free counseling sessions for

community members affected by the Camp Fire. Camp Fire Resilience

Therapy provides survivors with counseling on trauma, loss, and crisis.

This program is currently offered in our Chico office and via

telehealth as needed. 


We are currently taking referrals for our Camp Fire Resilience Therapy. Please call our office or fill out the form below to get connected with our therapists. 




OUR THERAPIST



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My name is Debbie Weinrich and I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker at Caring Choices.  I have worked as a medical social worker in the past, in private practice, and most recently for the past 10 years at Butte County Behavioral Health providing therapy for adult clients.  Also, I facilitated clinical supervision for MSW interns who were in the process of becoming licensed.  The opportunity to participate in a person’s growth to enhance life skills and walk with them on their journey is fulfilling for me, particularly when they are struggling and lacking hope.  I have a passion to help couples develop skills to stay in highly satisfying relationships and focused on this topic for my thesis.  My husband and I have been married for 38 years. We enjoy taking walks on the beach, in the park, or anywhere in nature.  We have 3 married adult children and 5 grandchildren, with one on the way.  When I am not working, I am caring for my grandchildren, which is a delight for me.  It is a pleasure to be a part of the staff at Caring Choices and I look forward to continuing therapy with Campfire survivors and providing consultation with case managers.     



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