Life Skills Awareness will remain open and offer online and over-the-phone therapy during COVID-19 isolation.

Contractual Services

Our County Programs are Structured to Meet Your Obligations

Life Skills Awareness currently provides psychoeducation and psychotherapy services for the following San Bernardino County Departments: Child Family Services (CFS), District Attorney Crime/Victim Witness Program, and Superior Court Family Law. Our life skills therapists facilitate eight psychoeducational groups, for a duration of two hours each, on Domestic Violence, Child Endangerment, Child Abuse, and and/or Anger Management for adults. Classes are provided for men and women who abuse their partners, whether the abuse is physical, verbal, sexual, psychological, neglect, abandonment, or financial.

Life Skills Awareness is a critical component of a coordinated community response to domestic violence in its efforts of documenting abuse, assessing dangerous situations, monitoring behavior, creating a paper trail regarding compliance with conditions, and providing information and resources to the victims.

The County’s Superior Court Family Law and Child Protective Services Department refers clients to our agency for individual and/or family therapy, Professional Supervised Visitation Monitoring Services, Parenting, and Co-Parenting classes. Our agency employs licensed and pre-licensed therapists to utilize strengths-based and holistic therapeutic intervention strategies to engage individuals and families in improving their emotional and psychosocial well-being.


Group sessions that focus on:

  • Anger Management
  • Domestic Violence/Abuse
  • Parenting/Co-Parenting
  • Substance and Alcohol Abuse
  • Child Abuse/Endangerment
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Life Skills