At 3rd Street, the emphasis is on youth; we are committed to providing culturally-responsive services that meet their needs and help them build the lives they want. Youth meet with our counselors for all reasons, big or small: fighting with parents or friends, getting in trouble at school, feeling hopeless and sad, grief over the loss of a friend or relative, drinking too much, or help getting out of an unsafe relationship.

Our counselors are specialized in Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), chronic stress, anxiety disorders, depression, grief and loss, intimate partner abuse, and life transition issues. We create a safe and compassionate space where youth can share without feeling judged.

Our counseling team of Clinical Social Workers and Marriage and Family Therapists partner with young people to help them explore their goals and aspirations, build coping skills, manage grief, sadness, and anxiety and help them develop the confidence to tackle obstacles.

Therapy is free and includes:

  • Individual
  • Couples
  • Family
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
  • Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
  • Motivational Interviewing
  • Trauma-Informed Therapy

Meet Our Clinicians

Lamarria Coleman

I am an Associate Clinical Social Worker (ASW) who holds a Master of Social Work degree from San Diego State University and a Bachelors of Social work from Texas Southern University. I am a West Oakland, CA native that enjoys music, dancing, and sports. I am a dedicated and compassionate clinician committed to helping individuals navigate life’s challenges and discover their inner strengths. I provide a safe and non-judgmental space where clients can explore their thoughts, emotions, and experiences. I believe in the inherent resilience and potential within each individual. Through therapy, I aim to foster self-awareness, self-compassion, and a deeper understanding of oneself and others. My goal is to help clients cultivate meaningful connections, find greater fulfillment, and live more authentically. Whether you’re struggling with daily stressors or facing significant life transitions, I am here to support you on your journey toward healing and growth.

Gregory Aragon-Farron

As a compassionate therapist, I am dedicated to providing a safe and inclusive space for individuals to explore their identities and experiences. Born and raised in San Francisco, my journey as a Latinx male has deeply influenced my approach to therapy. I am committed to supporting clients as they navigate their personal journeys and discover the values that shape their lives.

With a background in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), I use evidence-based techniques to help individuals process and heal from trauma. I firmly believe in a human-oriented, resilience-promoting approach to therapy, empowering clients to overcome obstacles and thrive. Beyond my therapeutic practice, I love playing basketball, experimenting in the kitchen, and enjoying quality time with loved ones.

My mission is to foster growth, self-discovery, and emotional well-being in every individual I work with, guiding them towards a life aligned with their authentic selves.

Feven Andy

Thank you for allowing me to be part of your healing journey! I am an Associate Marriage & Family Therapist and Associate Professional Clinical Counselor educated at University of San Francisco (USF). I received my Master’s in Counseling Psychology with a Concentration in Marriage & Family Therapy from USF.

I am an Eritrean mental health clinician that is striving to enhance representation and accessibility for therapeutic spaces. For the past two years, I have provided counseling and therapeutic services to individuals, couples and families. Some mental health settings experience include hospital, high school, and now at non-profit organization.

As I am in process of becoming a LMFT and LPCC, I hope to dispel the stigma and negative perceptions held within communities surrounding mental health. As I am working on navigating the mental health field, I believe implementing self-care/self-restoration is important. I am able to maintain it through playing basketball, traveling, eating healthy, and spending quality time with loved ones.