By Dylan Foster
Advocating for one’s health can be a complex task even for those in the best of health. Data show…
We are a psychotherapy group with 2 locations in Upland, California and Lake Arrowhead, California. Winter Solstice Group provides counseling for individuals, children, teens, couples and families from licensed therapists of the highest skill level and commitment. We are passionate about helping you through the issues you face. Our main goal is resolving your problems so that you may live life to the fullest.
As solution-focused therapists, we help you tap into your inherent strengths and uncover your true potential. Helping you understand and resolve challenges in your life is our focus.
The Winter Solstice marks an essential part of nature’s cycle. It is a time of new growth, rebirth and renewal. It reminds us that in order to begin anew, the old must come to an end. It is the time of year when we pay homage to the darkness within– an essential understanding of our practice and the work we do with our clients.
Our team of highly qualified professionals specialize in a number of different areas. While our focus is mainly within the realm of Anger Management, Relationship Issues, Low Self-Esteem, Anxiety, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Depression, Parental Issues and Depression, we also work to create change in a number of other areas as well.
License No. AMFT #137676Education: MA in Psychology with the emphasis on Marriage and Family Therapy and Professional Clinical Counselor/University of Massachusetts Global & BA in Sociology/Brandman University
Winter Solstice Psychotherapy Group was founded by Dr. Renee Winters, bringing together a group of highly motivated and compassionate therapists to serve the mental health needs of all. Our team is dedicated to providing both proven, evidence-based therapeutic techniques and exciting new approaches in the treatment of a wide variety of concerns.
By Dylan Foster
Advocating for one’s health can be a complex task even for those in the best of health. Data show that well over half of American adults have at least one chronic medical condition, which can make health management even more difficult.…
By Lucille Rosetti
Grief is something most adults have struggled with at some point in their life. Sadly, it’s often misunderstood or swept under the rug. If you’ve lost someone and aren’t sure how to cope, it can feel difficult to…
Research shows that quality of life for seniors is inextricably linked to physical and mental health. Therefore, it is vital that seniors are attentive to their mind-body relationship and the role it plays in sustaining and improving health, happiness, and well-being.…
Check out the books we recommend across these specialties: Anger, Anxiety, Divorce/Co-parenting, Empowerment, Man, Marriage, Miscellaneous, Relationship, Woman.