Wellness Center - Boys & Girls Club Malibu
Counseling & PsychotheraphyChildren's Therapy
The Wellness Center was established based upon a collective concern for lack of accessible and affordable services available in our community. Through creative partnerships and collaborative relationships with engaged community members, we aim to make social and emotional wellness available to all, at no cost, and with no barriers to access.
The Boys & Girls Club of Malibu Wellness Center has locations at all Clubhouse sites. Our team of professional clinicians and interns focus on the whole child with intention and emphasis on strong relationships by building respect and trust, focusing on prevention, and helping youth learn new ways of thinking, feeling, and behaving.
The Wellness Center provides programming and support services that promote healthy, social, and emotional intelligence to all Santa-Monica Malibu Unified School District children and their families at no cost. We believe all people have equal value and will engage and thrive in a community where they feel safe, respected, and have a sense of belonging.
We are serving:
SMMUSD children & families
SMMUSD faculty & staff
Community at Large
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