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Ruiseñor Psychological, P.C.

 

Tel: (805) 332-3260

Fax: (805) 332-3165

Email: druiz@ruisenorpsych.com

Address: 200 E. Fesler St., Ste. 103

Santa Maria, CA. 93454

Hours:

Monday - Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

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Ruiseñor Psychological is designed to provide comprehensive, culturally sensitive, individual, couple, family, and group psychological treatment to people of all ages in our community.

We all experience emotional ups and downs from time to time that are caused by events in our lives. These events affect our mental health, which in turn, affects our overall health and stability. While most people can adequately manage and overcome these life events and stressors, some people develop mental health disorders that go beyond common emotional reactions to these events. Mental health disorders are medical conditions that cause changes in how we think, and how we feel. Therefore, affecting how we behave and relate to others. Without proper treatment, mental health conditions can worsen and cause impairments in day-to-day functioning.

At Ruiseñor Psychological, we strive to provide access to timely, high quality care in a welcoming, reassuring, and safe environment. Whether you just need someone to talk to or are seeking care for emotional and psychological disorders, the trained staff at Ruiseñor employs various types of behavioral therapies, focusing on evidence-based practices that can deliver optimal results. Ruiseñor’s entire staff is bilingual, bicultural and fluent in English and Spanish. They have a broad knowledge of psychological disorders, are trained to work with children and adolescents, and are knowledgeable on the most up-to-date treatment approaches.  

We can help with common, everyday issues including:

  • Stress

  • Anxiety and Panic Attacks

  • Trauma (e.g. neglect, sexual and physical abuse, immigration trauma, etc.)

  • Depression

  • Obsessive-Compulsive & Related Disorders

  • Child Behavioral Problems

  • Adapting to Phase of Life Problems

  • Adapting to life in the U.S.

  • Marriage and Relationship Issues

  • Family and Community Violence

  • Loss of a loved one/Grief

  • Mental Illness