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Hours &

Monday-Friday // 8:30a-2:00p
phone: 209.339.1616

Dan Brown House

11 West Lockeford Street
Lodi CA 95240

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405 Pine Street
Lodi CA 95240

our space was designed with you in mind
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Meet the Team


Alison McGregor

Executive Director & Therapist

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Kevin Brown
LMFT, EDMR, Emotionally Focused Therapy


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Michele Silva

Co-Director & Therapist


Christa Pera
MFT Trainee

Therapist &
School-Based Counselor


Carmen Carl

School-Based Counselor


Alyssa Smith


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Angela Anderson
Art Therapy Cert.



Sunny Anderson
Licensed Therapy Dog



Rachel Simpfenderfer
MFT Trainee



Josh Brown

Certified Alcohol Drug Counselor 


LaTreisha Burns

School-Based Counselor

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Joe Williams

School-Based Counselor

Katherine Harper

Co-Director & Administrator

Brooke McGrovern

Counseling & Resources Excecutive Assistant


Cameron Davis

Behavioral Interventionist 



John Shinn

Behavioral Interventionist


& Family Counseling

Teens and families can receive individual and family counseling with caring professionals who specialize in adolescent and family development. The goals of therapy include identifying the problem, providing relief through understanding, education, cognitive behavioral therapy, and the creation of steps towards resolution. 

Want to Schedule a Session?

Give us a call 209.339.1616

*If your call is not answered please leave a message and someone will return your call within 24 hours (M-F).


First Session Cost: $80 *Subsequent sessions will be charged on a sliding scale according to household income.
Max. Session Cost: $80 *Financial assistance is available, please call to see if you qualify.


Payment is expected on the day services are rendered
We do accept California Victim Compensation, cash and all major credit cards through PayPal.
At this time we do not accept private insurance, Medi-Cal or FHA.


*Scholarships and sliding scale opportunities are available

*You have the right to receive a “Good Faith Estimate” explaining how much your medical and mental health care will cost. Under the law, health care providers need to give patients who don’t have insurance or who are not using insurance an estimate of the expected charges for medical services, including psychotherapy services. You have the right to receive a Good Faith Estimate for the total expected cost of any non-emergency healthcare services, including psychotherapy services. You can ask your health care provider, and any other provider you choose, for a Good Faith Estimate before you schedule a service. If you receive a bill that is at least $400 more than your Good Faith Estimate, you can dispute the bill. Make sure to save a copy or picture of your Good Faith Estimate. For questions or more information about your right to a Good Faith Estimate, visit

California Victim


The California Victim Compensation Program (VCP) offers mental health services through Counseling & Resources for individuals who are victims of a crime, suffered emotional injuries as a result of witnessing a violent crime, or are directly affected by a crime. A police report must have documented the crime and requested VCP services through Counseling & Resources, even if the crime occurred more than 1 year ago. An approved VCP number will be required and accommodations are available, but dependent on our therapists' availability. Please contact One-Eighty's Counseling & Resources program for more information regarding the VCP application and qualifications.

Cost: Free with VCP application acceptance.

Resources & Classes

One-Eighty Counseling and Resources is proud to offer you a variety of classes and resources for you to grow with. We believe that addressing hurdles from many directions promote greater breakthrough. Whether it's tools for children or resources for the parent, we believe that a healthy family means that everyone is thriving. We're here to help in any way we can. Take a look at our revolving courses and click the "sign-up" button to begin!


One-Eighty is an adaptation of the evidenced-based WhyTry LLC program. The program focuses on teaching middle and high school students how to overcome their individual challenges in a group setting. Facilitators see positive outcomes in issues of truancy, behavior management, decision-making, academics, and emotional regulation (with the use of DBT techniques). These groups run between 12-15 weeks in select junior high and high schools around Lodi and Stockton. Each group is tailor-made to meet the expressed needs on campus (i.e. include anger management, substance abuse, gang prevention, low academic achievement, cutting, depression, eating disorders, and anxiety). 


Cost: Free, if recommended by the school or One-Eighty staff. We develop our fees on a sliding scale based on your income. Scholarships are available. Call or email for more information. 

Anchored In

Hosted by our amazing counseling staff, this group meets weekly in support groups, focused on teaching, practicing, and encouraging resiliency skills. You've got this, and we can help!



Weekly at The Dan Brown House (11 W. Lockeford Street, Lodi) (Next Door to One-Eighty Teen Center)

Thursdays (ongoing) beginning June 9, 2022 ~ 5:00 - 6:30 PM


Location: TBD

Dates: TBD

Cost: Free, if recommended by the school or One-Eighty staff. We develop our fees on a sliding scale based on your income. Scholarships are available. Call or email for more information. 

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Parent Project


The One Eighty, in partnership with LUSD and SJCOE, is proud to offer you Parent Project. "Changing Destructive Adolescent Behavior is an award-winning intervention model addressing the most destructive of adolescent behaviors. We know of no other program that addresses it all: truancy, drugs, runaways, media, early teen sex, violence, gangs . . . Parent Project promises concrete answers for every parent question asked."

Parent Project Summer 2022

Dates: June 20 - August 29, 2022; 6-8PM
Location: One-Eighty Teen Center (17 W. Lockeford St, Lodi)

Contact: Brooke McGovern ~  ~ (209) 625-9089

Cost: Free


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