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Mental Health Counseling

MATTHEW RING, LCSW, LCS #70997, Mental Health Counselor.

Matthew  is a mental health counselor and has a Masters in Social Work from San Diego State University. Matthew is a Liscenced Clinical Social Worker, by the State of California. He has established a mental health program to meet the needs of all Grossmont College students. He provides individual, couples and group counseling in a confidential, supportive and culturally sensitive environment. Case management and links to community resources and services are also available. 

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Last Updated: 08/21/2017


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