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Mitchell Family Counseling Clinic

Mitchell Family Counseling Clinic

Statement of Solidarity with the Asian American, Pacific Islander, and Asian Immigrant Communities

The Mitchell Family Counseling Clinic (MFCC) stands in solidarity with the Asian American, Pacific Islander, and Asian immigrant communities as together we unite in taking a stand against hate, discrimination, and the recent resurgence of anti-Asian racism and violence targeting these communities since the Covid-19 pandemic. MFCC denounces all forms of anti-Asian rhetoric and hate fueled by xenophobia, bigotry, and anti-immigrant nationalism. The MFCC director, supervisors, staff, and clinicians call for a meaningful and swift response on the part of local, state, and federal agencies in addressing all forms of hate and acts of violence against the Asian American, Asian immigrant, and Pacific Islander communities. As helpers in our community, we will not be complicit, we are committed to addressing injustice, supporting our clinic community and those we serve, and ensuring a space for sanctuary and healing for all those who experience marginalization, hate, oppression, and violence.

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MFCC Statement of Solidarity with the Black Community

The Mitchell Family Counseling Clinic (MFCC) denounces all forms of systemic racism, discrimination, and violence against Black people. We stand in solidarity with the Black community—and other People of Color—as together we unite in taking a stand against racial injustice and the persistent violence against Black bodies. The MFCC director, supervisors, staff, and clinicians call for meaningful change and reform in all systems that oppress, abuse power, and inflict violence against the Black community. As helpers in our community we commit to effecting change from within our organization as well.

#BlackLivesMatter #SayTheirName

George Floyd
Breonna Taylor
Ahmaud Aubry
Eric Garner
Tamir Rice
Botham Jean
Trayvon Martin
Sandra Bland
Oscar Grant
Philando Castile
Freddie Gray
Walter Scott
Terrence Crutcher
Samuel Dubose
Michael Brown
Tony McDade

What is Telehealth?

In response to the COVID-19 epidemic, the Mitchell Family Counseling Clinic has been closed for face-to-face sessions. We have modified the delivery of our services by offering counseling via videoconference and/or telephone. We are here to help and support CSUN students through this difficult time.

Please call us at (818) 677-2568 For more information and an initial phone intake

The Mitchell Family Counseling Clinic (MFCC) is a community service site for the Department of Educational Psychology and Counseling in the Michael D. Eisner College of Education at California State University, Northridge. MFCC provides clinical training for graduate level students who are part of the Marriage and Family Therapy program at CSUN, while also providing much-needed counseling services to members of our local community on a sliding-scale fee basis.


We offer a one-time purchase of six (6) counseling sessions for $150.00 to a first-time visiting couple and family.

Disclaimer: clients are requested to pay the introductory package in full on the initial appointment. The introduction package is offered to new couple/family. Introduction package is purchase once per couple or family.

To see if you qualify please call (818) 677-2568


Individual counselling sessions are based on a sliding scale please call us at (818) 677-2568 to inquire about counseling service fees.

Only currently enrolled CSUN students

$15.00 for Individual Counseling Sessions (45 minute)

$20.00 for Couples Counseling (90 minutes) 

Community Services offered by the MFCC include:

  • Adult, couples, child, family, and group counseling
  • Counseling on various issues including parenting skills, parenting education, anger management, family issues, grief and loss, depression, anxiety, relationship difficulties, divorce developmental states and social skills.
  • Play therapy and Sandplay therapy
  • Art therapy
  • Bibliotherapy and videotherapy
  • Cognitive behavioral and solution-focused therapies
  • School-based counseling services
  • Assessment and treatment of At-Risk students

MFCC utilizes the resources of a major university to meet the needs of the local community. We provide high-quality and affordable services to adults, children, couples, and family. The Mitchell Family Counseling Clinic serves the community by offering assessment and counseling services, as well as referrals for the university and surrounding community. Additionally, the MFCC has established satellite community-based counseling programs in the Los-Angeles area.