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Instructors are the key to spreading Mental Health First Aid across the country. Instructors are individuals certified to teach the course in their communities and beyond.

4 Reasons to Become a
Mental Health First Aid Instructor

1. Connect
    Bring your community together

2. Advocate
    Reduce negative attitudes about mental illnesses

3. Educate
    Build mental health literacy

4. Lead
    Show others how they can help

Instructors are on the frontlines of the program and train people in their communities in Mental Health First Aid. Certified Adult and Youth Instructors are required to teach the course at least three times per year.

Instructors also create, market, and coordinate their classes while supporting their learners along the way. Instructors teach from a national curriculum, tailor discussions to their participants, and compile a list of local resources for help.

Click on each link below to learn more

Updated within the last 5 months.

As an Authorized Continuing Education Provider© for the Behavior Analyst Certification Board© (BACB©), my goal is to highlight how we can best support our clients through interdisciplinary collaboration because together we have a bigger impact!

Whether you are a mental health professional, speech-language pathologist, occupational therapist, physical therapist, educator, medical provider, social worker, or another professional who supports families - let's collaborate!

Ally ABA Consulting is an online business providing user-friendly resources for parents and caregivers of children aged 1-10.

In-person presentations for organizations or parent groups can be requested on a specific topic at an agreed-upon hourly rate.

Continuing Education available:

BCBA-OT collaboration for emotion regulation

Recorded for on-demand viewing (Live June 1, 2023)

1.5 Learning CEU

For ABA professionals seeking to gain effective collaboration skills

Pre-recorded and on-demand video presentation

1 Learning CEU

Sensory or Behavior? $30

CE Slides $10

Multidisciplinary Collaboration

CE Slides $25

Updated within the last 4 months.

Esther Vexler Yoga School (EVYS) offers a unique, well-rounded program that dives into hatha yoga and things that stem from the practice.

You will learn about:

  • alignment
  • modifications and props
  • yoga philosophy
  • and much more. 

We go beyond physical practice and strive to make the ancient wisdom of yoga accessible and valuable for yoga teachers.

Monday: CLOSED
Tuesday: CLOSED
Wednesday: CLOSED
Thursday: CLOSED
Friday: CLOSED
Saturday: 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Sunday: CLOSED

Updated within the last year

Through local community centers, volunteer pre-service teachers provide each parent with a comprehensive math education.

These parents then learn how to teach their children math from pre-kindergarten onward.

Sustainability is achieved when the parent-student becomes the parent-educator for their community center.

Parents are empowered to advocate for their children’s education within the home and their schools and promote math within the entire community.



Please call for more information.
Updated within the last 5 months.

Fletcher partners with churches, hospitals, municipalities, agencies, schools, businesses, and other organizations in offering Community Education programs.

Workshops range from 90-minute presentations to all-day events. These workshops can be delivered in any setting.

Fletcher’s Community Education programs meet the standards of CEU’s (Continuing Education Units) for many organizations, including major hospital systems and hospice agencies.

All workshops are open to leaders from the community and to faith organizations in any tradition, lay or ordained.

Each workshop is first offered in the San Antonio metro region, and then in other communities depending on their need. Where necessary, online programs are also possible. 

Monday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday: CLOSED
Sunday: CLOSED

Dr Kan'Dace Brock
Updated within the last year

Education for mental health professionals on mental diagnoses and treatment to help our community understand the impact of trauma on children.

Who Is Eligible?

  • Former residents of St. PJ’s
  • Victims of crime including sexual, physical, and verbal abuse
  • Mental health patients with anxiety, depression, grief, transitional issues, children, and families
  • Community children and families beyond our 17-acre home

Payment options:

  • private pay
  • sliding scale

Some insurance options include:

  • Medicaid
  • CHIP
  • BCBS
  • Aetna
Karen Diliberti
Updated within the last 4 months.
3.85 miles away, 3730 IH 10 E, San Antonio, TX, 78220 , D2

ChildSafe builds informed, empowered communities through educational programs for adults, teenagers, children, community members, and partners, as well as education and healthcare professionals.

Click here for a list of upcoming virtual trainings, please visit our Training Calendar.

Courses are available in both English and Spanish.

Access to our E-Learning Platform is free

Connectivity Resources
  • Online Safety Classes
  • Free Computer Use
Samantha Coleman Send email
(726) 200-9342
Updated within the last 2 months.

The Burleson Center is home to the Special Education 18+ Program. The program is designed to meet the unique needs of students who have graduated from high school and continue to require instruction in employment, education/training, and/or independent living. Students may receive instruction in the community and/or in one or more of the businesses located in the facility.

We believe all individuals deserve daily opportunities to maximize their potential and learn skills that promote independence in their community. 

We provide community integration, employment training, education, independent living skills, recreational, and social skills, and other meaningful and productive activities in various settings.

18+ program

Post-Secondary Offerings:

  • Transition Services
  • Focus on Employment
  • Independent Living Skills
  • Education/Training
  • Transportation Training
  • Agency Linkage for Adult Services
  • Hands-On Learning Environment

On-Campus Job Sites:

  • The Burleson Cafe
  • Does Calles Bike Shop
  • Cordelia Special-Tees
  • Edgewood Inspiration Gardens
  • Burleson Boutique and Warehouse
  • Front Office Training

Click here for a brochure

Free breakfast and lunch served to all students

Monday: 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Tuesday: 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Wednesday: 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Thursday: 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Friday: 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Saturday: CLOSED
Sunday: CLOSED

Hours of Instruction Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 3:30 PM Office Hours: (listed above)
Updated within the last month

Individuals coming in contact with survivors of torture find there is an enormous need for training, especially pro-bono professionals.

CST provides training on an ongoing basis, responding to client's and community needs as they arise.  To reduce the waitlist, CST trains mainstream licensed providers whose clientele may include refugees and immigrants, thus helping them identify survivors, improve their skills, and provide strength-based, trauma-informed care.

CST provides education and workshops for refugee community leaders, attorneys, educators, physicians, and the immigrant community, on an ongoing basis.


Educational opportunities through CST’s social services

Many survivors of torture clients are underemployed. CST’s Adam Patrick Bratcher (APB) Education Program identifies cohorts of clients who want to pursue college or certificates. The program establishes a single point of entry through the highest-level community college contact.  

CST board members’ career-long, national experience in community college leadership eases access to community college programs that lead to jobs with the potential of earning a sustainable wage. This referral system to free college or certification programs, as a part of our APB Education Program, has a far-reaching impact on clients, helping them to build employable skills and earn a living, self-sufficiency, cultural competency, English skills, and generates hope for a better future for their family.

Community perception is positive regarding the quality and innovation of CST’s responses to clients’ challenges.

Updated within the last 3 months.

The Autism Community Network is dedicated to improving the lives of individuals with autism and their families through support, education, and advocacy.

Our Caregiver Empowerment Program offers training for familial and professional caregivers, medical residents, student clinicians, education professionals, and the wider community to ensure that everyone who interacts with autistic individuals can provide them with the best possible care.

1. Coffee and Connections

 For more information, email [email protected]

2. Professional Conferences

3. Training on Request

4. Mentorships

Click here for the Calendar of Events

Click here to contact/enroll in any of our training programs

Monday: 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Tuesday: 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Wednesday: 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Thursday: 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Friday: 8:30 AM - 3:00 PM
Saturday: CLOSED
Sunday: CLOSED

Arjai Ramos Send email
(210) 435-1000 x: 5000
Updated within the last 2 months.

NAMI Ending the Silence is an engaging presentation that helps audience members learn about the warning signs of mental health conditions and what steps to take if you or a loved one are showing symptoms of a mental health condition.

NAMI Ending the Silence presentations typically include two leaders: One who shares an informative presentation, and a young adult with a mental health condition who shares their journey of recovery.

Audience members are welcome to ask questions to gain an understanding of an often misunderstood topic. Through dialogue, we can help grow the movement to end stigma.

NAMI Ending the Silence for Students: 50-minute presentation designed for middle and high school students that includes warning signs, facts, statistics, and how to get help for themselves or a friend.

NAMI Ending the Silence for School Staff: 1-hour presentation for school staff members that includes information about warning signs, facts, and statistics, how to approach students, and how to work with families.

NAMI Ending the Silence for Families: 1-hour presentation for adults with middle or high school-aged youth that includes warning signs, facts, and statistics, how to talk with your child, and how to work with school staff.

Click here with questions or to schedule an Ending the Silence presentation.


Maria H Send email
(210) 734-3349 x: 102
Updated within the last 1 month.

The mission of adult education and literacy is to ensure that all adults who live in Texas have the skills necessary to function effectively in their personal and family lives, in the workplace, and in the community.

NEISD Adult Education offers:

  • FREE English as a Second Language (ESL) classes for students 19 years and older
  • high school equivalency (HSE) (aka GED) preparation classes in English and Spanish for students 16 years and older

NEISD Community Education to offer:

  • Career Training classes that lead to workforce certifications

Scholarships are available to those students who qualify. 

Must come to class twice a week for the whole semester and take a progress test when required.


Connectivity Resources
  • Computer Skills Classes
  • Free Computer Use
Updated within the last 4 months.

The Connection Center provides the training and resources you need to take control of your success.

Whether focused on self-care in these uncertain times or ready to begin a Career in Mental Health Peer Support, the Connection Center has something for you. See the entire list of our services below:

  • Mental Health Peer Specialist Training - The need for Certified Peer Support Specialists is on the rise in the Mental Health Field. The Connection Center offers a 1-Day (12:00 PM to 5:00 PM) Core Training and full 5-Day (9:00 AM to 5:00 PM) Mental Health Specialty Training that you will need for State Certification. Click here for more information.
  • Talk to a Peer - Call 210-899-0434. We all need someone to talk to. At the Connection Center, we know what it's like to struggle with mental, emotional, and other life situations. Maybe you need help finding resources or just someone to chat with for a while. We're happy to meet you in person, over the phone, via email, or on Zoom -- whatever you prefer!
  • Peer Support Groups - Click here for the latest information on our support groups.
  • Mental Wellness Workshops - Click here for the latest information on our Workshops.

Services are available in-person & online


Monday: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Tuesday: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Wednesday: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Thursday: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Friday: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Saturday: CLOSED
Sunday: CLOSED

Updated within the last 2 months.

Clinical Supervision

At Mind Your Self Counseling, clinical supervision is provided by Owner and CEO Carla Groves, LCSW-S, and by our Clinical Director, Christina Marshall, LCSW-S. Please visit their therapy bios for more information about their clinical and leadership experience.

We believe that a professional clinical supervisor who has received specific training in supervision should facilitate the professional growth of the supervisee through:

  • Monitoring client welfare
  • Encouraging compliance with legal, ethical, and professional standards
  • Teaching therapeutic skills
  • Providing regular feedback and evaluation
  • Providing professional experiences and opportunities

Click here to learn more 

Continuing Education (CEUs)

Mind Your Self is proud to offer several different Continuing Education classes that are NASW-approved for CE credits for LCSW, LMSW, LMFT, and LPC. In 2021, we will be holding the following classes:

  • Blueprint For Developing a Comprehensive, Ethical, Bio-Psycho-Social Assessment
  • LCSW-S Training and Certification Course (40 CEU credits)

Click here to learn more


We offer individual and group supervision.

Please email [email protected] or [email protected] for rates & register.

Updated within the last 5 months.

To improve the lives of the foster care community, Artvango has collaborated with community partners in providing art therapy, play therapy, and workshops to help spread the word on how trauma affects children while offering effective parenting tools when working with children from hard places.

Continuing education credits (CEUs) are provided to social workers and licensed professional counselors.

Please call or email for further information.

Monday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Tuesday: 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM Wednesday: 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM Thursday: 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM Friday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Saturday: CLOSED Sunday: CLOSED
Updated within the last 4 months.

Our Emerging Leaders' Summits, presented in a dynamic hybrid format, combine regional in-person and virtual sessions. These summits are designed for students from HACU-member institutions seeking to unleash their leadership potential. Participants will have the opportunity to engage in intensive workshops and panel discussions focused on leadership development and career readiness. Additionally, students will have the chance to connect with HACU's partners, who will be actively networking and recruiting for internship opportunities.

Summit Objectives:

  • Engage and learn about career insights with industry professionals.
  • Gain tips on networking and securing internship oportunities.
  • Enhance your resume, interviewing, and networing skills.
  • Meet and establish a network with other diverse talent in the local region.


  • Minimum 2.5 GPA, 3.0 GPA preferred.
  • Actively enrolled at a HACU member institution
  • All majors encouraged to apply!

*Tip: Resumes play a significant role in the selection process and the potential opportunities that can arise. It is strongly encouraged to have your resume reviewed by your institution's available resources such as Career Services or Writing Centers. Applicants are welcome to download one of the following templates below:

Updated within the last month

The HACU National Internship Program (HNIP) stands as a testament to fostering the professional development of aspiring students of all communities nationwide. Partnering with corporate and federal entities, the HNIP offers internship opportunities that aim to prepare the next generation of leaders, bridging the gap between academics and real-world experience. Through the HNIP, every internship unfolds as a journey of discovery, growth, and empowerment.

Click here to learn more

Updated within the last month

The Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU) is pleased to be the administrator of scholarship opportunities provided by our partners. These scholarships can help students cover the cost of tuition, fees, books, and other expenses (varies by scholarship).

Build your scholarship profile today and let our system match you with HACU scholarships. New scholarships are added throughout the academic year, so remember to check back regularly.

We encourage all students to apply for our scholarships, regardless of immigration status. This includes international students and undocumented students, including those with DACA or TPS. While some scholarships may have specific citizenship requirements, our application system will match you with scholarships you are eligible for based on your profile.

Click here to apply

To be eligible to apply for HACU Scholarships, applicants must meet the following HACU Scholarship Program criteria listed below.

Current College or University Students:

  1. Are currently enrolled at a HACU-member institution;
  2. Have graduated from a high school or have earned a high school equivalency diploma in the U.S., Puerto Rico, or outside of the U.S.;
  3. Have completed your first-semester of college at a HACU-member institution;
  4. Intend to enroll at a HACU-member institution in the Fall 2024 semester/term of the 2024-2025 academic year.
  5. If you are transferring institutions, the institution must also be HACU-member to be eligible to apply; for the most up-to-date listing of HACU-member institutions,Please Click Here.
  6. Demonstrate financial need if required by the scholarship sponsor, typically determined by the FAFSA application or State/Institutional Aid application (non-citizen students who are not eligible to complete the FAFSA)

Current High School Seniors:

  1. Must be a graduating high school or will earned a high school equivalency diploma this 2023-2024 academic school year;
  2. Intend to enroll at a HACU-member institution in the Fall 2024 semester/term of the 2024-2025 academic year. For the most up-to-date listing of HACU-member institutionsPlease Click Here.
  3. Demonstrate financial need if required by the scholarship sponsor, typically determined by the FAFSA application or State/Institutional Aid application (non-citizen students who are not eligible to complete the FAFSA).
Updated within the last month

Voces Nuevas Program (translated in English to New Voices) is a student advocacy and leadership pilot program designed to elevate, uplift, and empower undergraduate students’ voices and experiences. Through the Voces Nuevas Program, students will be equipped with advocacy and leadership skills through online training modules, guest presentations, and the opportunity to attend HACU’s annual National Capitol Forum in Washington, D.C.

Click here to learn more

Ideal candidates are undergraduate students of all academic majors who are eager to engage with other students, committed to issues related to Hispanic success, and interested in advocacy and/or public policy. To be considered, applicants must:

  • Be rising sophomores, juniors, or seniors. 
  • Attend a HACU-member institution in Fall 2024 and Spring 2025. 
  • Be in good academic standing.
  • Be available to travel and fully engage in HACU’s Annual National Capitol Forum in April 2025.

*Applications for program now open

Updated within the last month

Northside Independent School District has fostered the concept of lifelong learning for all members of our society. Dedicated to the idea that the school is the center of the community, our doors remain open during “non-traditional” hours to offer educational opportunities that will enrich people’s lives personally and professionally.

A Class Catalog is produced each Fall, Spring, and Summer featuring hundreds of exciting classes for both adults and children in four major categories:

  • Profit and IT include Computers and Technology, Business Solutions, Money Management, and Certificate Programs.
  • The Arts features Dance, Music, Languages, and Fine Arts.
  • Mind and Body is for Personal Growth, Professional Continuing Education, Study Skills, and Body-Mind-Health-related information.
  • Fun and Play classes are family-oriented in Home and Garden, Sewing and Needlecraft, Culinary Arts, Animal Kingdom, Crafts, Travel Tours, and Sports and Fitness.

Classes are taught on Northside ISD school campuses and at various sites in the community. They are conducted for the benefit and enjoyment of our patrons and are offered for non-credit unless otherwise designated.

Continuing Education Units (CEUs), Licensed Professional Counselors (LPCs), and Certification Programs are arranged for specific occupations. These include counseling, social work, daycare, computer, and office fields.

Ours is a tuition-based, self-supporting program. Financial support for the program comes from class fees.

Click here for more information on Community Education.

Updated within the last year

Finding the right supervisor as an associate is an important process.

Ensuring that your values and goals are aligned with your potential supervisor is critical for your development as a counselor. 

Clinical Supervision is where you develop into the professional you envisioned becoming.

Supervision with Marina Montez, MS, LPC-S allows you to build your clinical skills and learn about counseling in a private practice setting.

Example Topics Covered in Supervision:

  • Laws, Ethics, and Best Practices
  • Play Therapy and Working with Children
  • Integrative Care
  • Case Conceptualization, Assessment, and Treatment Planning
  • Confidentiality and HIPAA
  • Private Practice Skills
  • Multicultural Competency

Payment Options:

  • Out of pocket
  • Flexible Health Insurance Accounts
  • Sliding Scale Self-Pay

Insurances Accepted:

  • Community First Health Plan
  • Superior Health Plan
  • BlueCross BlueShield
  • Texas Medicaid
  • Aetna
  • United Healthcare
Monday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM Tuesday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM Wednesday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM Thursday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM Friday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM Saturday: Closed Sunday: Closed
Updated within the last 4 months.

The goal of the College Counseling Program is to ensure our students are developing the academic, social, and executive function skills necessary to succeed as they transition into their chosen postsecondary endeavors. 

The WSSA College & Career Program consists of: Individualized college, scholarship, financial aid, and career guidance, academic planning to ensure that all students complete WSSA's college preparatory curriculum, events such as the WSSA College Fair, MS & US Orientations, College Application Workshops, FAFSA Workshop, Life After Winston, MS & US 101, Senior Celebration Luncheon, etc., the Dual Credit partnership with San Antonio College, SAT and ACT prep and on-campus accommodated test administrations, the College & Career Prep course (required 11th grade), and the Winston CARES Alumni Support Program.

Toni Schexnyder Send email
Updated within the last month

We can help you plan for the career of your choice.  Students in Northside’s Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs spend much time learning through a hands-on approach that prepares students for occupations and further study.  CTE programs are available in middle and high school and many career areas of interest to students.

Students interested in a particular field can look at the coherent sequence of courses to see the courses that will help them prepare for their chosen careers.  Students may also select an academy or magnet school designed to prepare students for that career field.


Connectivity Resources
  • Computer Skills Classes
  • Free Wi-Fi
By appointment only.
San Antonio ISD – Adult Education & Literacy
(210) 554-2450
Success for Adult Learners
(210) 370-5498
Updated within the last 4 months.

Table Talk™ Color Me Camo is a peer-to-peer support group program specifically designed for women Veterans.

The purpose of the program is to empower women Veterans by facilitating meaningful conversations between peers and by forging strong bonds between women Veterans in their local communities.

Table Talk™ Color Me Camo focuses on identifying and addressing barriers women Veterans face on the path to positive change, through structured interaction with trained facilitators and fellow peers.
All Table Talk™ weekly peer support sessions are led by trained women Veteran volunteers or Grace After Fire outreach staff.

The program provides educational materials and activities that promote:

  • Self-knowledge
  • Self-understanding
  • Self-development
  • Self-renewal for the woman Veteran

Group topic discussions include:

  • Self-analysis
  • Self-development
  • Relationships
  • Life Management
  • Community Resources

Click here to join a Table Talk Group

Women Veterans


Current weekly and monthly virtual events include: *Coffee and Conversation - every Monday 9:30 AM - 10:00 AM *Peer-to-Peer Group (Table Talk™ Color Me Camo) - every Thursday 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Intake Coordinator Send email
(832) 769-6582
Updated within the last 3 months.

If you are a professional who serves individuals with learning disabilities you understand the need to provide effective services and assistance to these individuals. It is essential to understand the characteristics of learning disabilities (LD) and associated conditions such as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) to help make informed decisions.

This information on the basics, assessment, and evaluation, specifics on children and adults with learning disabilities, mental health issues, and professional resources will be frequently updated with articles by our professional advisory board and other professionals who share their experience and knowledge with LDA.

Click here for more information

Karen Kohler Send email
Updated within the last 1 month.

Alamo Area Search and Rescue (AASAR) is a non-profit, all volunteer search and rescue team based in the San Antonio, Texas area. All of our responders (human and canine) are certified by nationally recognized agencies prior to deployment. Training with AASAR doesn’t end at certification.  Our search specialists spend an average of 15 hours per week training.  

Our members are committed to constantly continuing their education to improve their skills.

  • Ground Support/Wilderness Search Specialists
  • Trailing Canines
  • Air Scent Canines (Wilderness Area Search Dogs)
  • Human Remains Detection Canines (HR Canines)
  • Water Recovery Canines

Click here to learn more

Our volunteers provide search and rescue resources to public safety agencies in Texas free of charge. Our team currently consists of Wilderness Search Specialists and Search and Rescue Canines.

Since June 2008, Alamo Area Search and Rescue has responded to over 250 search missions in 18 counties in Texas.  We have provided a variety of resources to over 30 different public safety agencies.

Alamo Area Search and Rescue will only respond to calls from law enforcement or the responsible local, state, or federal agency. With approval from the responsible agency, Alamo Area Search and Rescue will assist other search organizations.

Updated within the last year

Trauma impacts a developing brain. The resulting behavioral, academic, and relational challenges need intervention for children to grow into emotionally healthy adults. Without a deep understanding of how abuse, neglect, grief, and loss affect children, efforts will likely fall short.

Our staff, trained and experienced in using best-in-class trauma education, is passionate about sharing this knowledge with anyone wanting to serve children and adults who have experienced trauma.

To learn more or get trained, click here.

Updated within the last 4 months.

Trauma impacts a developing brain. The resulting behavioral, academic, and relational challenges need intervention for children to grow into emotionally healthy adults. Without a deep understanding of how abuse, neglect, grief, and loss affect children, efforts will likely fall short.

Our staff, trained and experienced in using best-in-class trauma education, is passionate about sharing this knowledge with anyone wanting to serve children and adults who have experienced trauma.

To learn more or get trained, click here.

Updated within the last 4 months.

LPC Supervision for LPC Interns:

I currently offer private clinical supervision under Texas State Licensing Board requirements (off-site).

I do not employ Interns in my practice but will mentor those interested in having a private practice upon full licensure as part of clinical supervision.

I only provide clinical supervision for supervisees who work with adults in individual or group counseling modalities (not children, adolescents, couples, or families).

Click here for more information

Clinical supervision includes 

24/7 coverage of the temporary license with my full license (i.e., whenever an LPC Intern is working as a counselor). In other words, I carry limited liability for the practice of LPC Interns that I supervise.

Therefore, I do require strict adherence to meeting weekly (I offer web-cam supervision as an option for weekly face-to-face meetings, although no more than half of all supervision meetings may be in this format).

I have authored a helpful one-page guide to finding a supervisor available at

For a summary of my theoretical lens of practice, please visit my Professional Philosophy page.

The monthly charge for my clinical supervision services is $300 per month.

Dr. Sue Clifford, PhD, LPC-S Send email
Updated within the last 2 months.
14.33 miles away, PO Box 591321, San Antonio, TX, 78259 , D10

Ransomed Life believes in the importance of awareness.  Engaging with the community about the realities of sex trafficking is key to success in the fight against trafficking. Ransomed Life has developed multiple presentations to educate the community on the dangers of sex trafficking:

  • General Awareness
  • Medical (offering CEUs)
  • School Counselors
  • Parents
  • Youth

We are passionate about getting in front of as many youths as possible to educate them on the tricks, traps, and lures of traffickers.

Ransomed Life now offers on-demand presentations that can be accessed via our website, in addition to in-person and virtual presentations.

To arrange for a speaker at your event, click here.

Please give two weeks' notice for scheduling purposes.

Valinda McAlister Send email
(210) 749-2118
Sarassa Inglis Send email
Updated within the last 3 months.

Preventing and intervening early are the best ways to decrease the incidence of domestic violence in our area.  The research tells us that some of the best strategies for prevention are:

  • Teaching safe and healthy relationship skills
  • Engaging influential adults and peers
  • Creating protective environments
  • Strengthening economic support for families

We partner with organizations, faith communities, and businesses committed to making our community safer by providing training and tools that equip them to engage in best practices. CEUs are available in certain circumstances.


Updated within the last month

Mission work is one of the founding principles of our church, and there are many ways to get involved!

Little Free Food Pantry

What started as the Eagle Scout project of one of our high schoolers has grown into a service that provides critical aid to our community. Our Little Free Pantry makes deliveries every other week to several families in the area and also keeps a pantry stocked in our partnered Hill Country MHDD clinic for clients.

Act II Sewing

Act II Sewing is a group of ladies who meet on the third Tuesday of the month at 9:30 am to sew for a good cause. Some of their regular projects are stuffed animals for St. Jude Children’s Home, Presbyterian Children’s Home, and other organizations and occasions where children might need a bit of comfort.

They make clothing protectors, lap blankets, shawls, walker bags, and more for nursing home residents, hospice patients, and Meals on Wheels recipients. You don’t need to be skilled at sewing to help make these projects and more, just come by and lend a hand.

Kids Hope

Kids Hope is a national non-profit organization that partners young students in need with mentors from a local church, who provide a one-on-one relationship dedicated to supporting their growth.

Mentors meet with their students once a week for one hour, helping with homework, providing a listening ear, and being a steady source of support. Canyon Lake Presbyterian Church has been partnered with Kids Hope since 1998. If you would like to be a mentor or a prayer partner, please contact us to learn more.

Partnership with Mental Health Clinic

We are partnered with the Canyon Lake branch of the Hill Country Mental Health and Developmental Disability Center. The fully staffed mental health clinic operates full-time out of our Fellowship Hall and provides mental health, individual developmental disability, and substance abuse services to our community. If you are in need or wish to learn more, go to their website at or call their office at 830-387-5995.


In addition to all of the more hands-on work we do at Canyon Lake Presbyterian Church, we make donations to many organizations in our local community and the larger world. These include, but are not limited to:

  • CRRC Food Pantry
  • John Knox Ranch
  • Canyon Lake Meals on Wheels
  • Mission Presbytery
  • Mo-Ranch
  • Presbyterian Church USA
  • Presbyterian Disaster Assistance
  • CARE of Canyon Lake

Click here to Donate

Click here to view the Calendar of Events

Monday: 9:30 AM - 2:30 PM
Tuesday: 9:30 AM - 2:30 PM
Wednesday: 9:30 AM - 2:30 PM
Thursday: 9:30 AM - 2:30 PM
Friday: 9:30 AM - 2:30 PM
Saturday: CLOSED
Sunday: 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Updated within the last 3 months.