Roger Watson, a native of Hanford, California, has been a licensed marriage and family therapist since 2000. Roger earned a BA in Psychology from Judson College in Elgin, IL and an MA in counseling from the Mennonite Brethren Biblical Seminary in Fresno, CA. As an associate pastor, Roger has over 25 years of experience with children, youth and family issues and he currently oversees Personal Growth Support Groups which provides a venue to meet a wide variety of life crisis issues.  

In January 2003, Roger founded the Kings Counseling Center in Hanford, CA in order to provide relational and emotional healing for the greater Kings County area.


Jeanne came to counseling as a second career after being a teacher. She earned an M.S. in Counseling Psychology from California State University, San Bernardino. She has worked for many years in community based mental health where it has been a privilege to work with adults, children, teenagers and their families with a wide range of needs. She has worked with people on issues such as adjustment to life changes, depression, anxiety, trauma, bi-polar disorder and serious mental illness. She works with people exploring for their needs of mind, spirit and body and builds on their strengths to bring healing and growth. 


Joyce has a Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences from Chapman University as well as a Masters of Arts with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy from Brandman University. She feels very proud to be able to have earned both of her degrees from, as well as staying in the valley. 

Her clinical experience has been working with youth. Joyce is ready to serve teens, individuals, couples, and families. Her focus is to meet the client where they are at in their lives, to be empathetic, and to provide a non-judgmental environment. Joyce provides a safe stable environment while challenging client to help assist them along their journey of self-growth. 

Joyce specializes in depression, anxiety, self-esteem, life changes, adjustments as well as being EMDR trained. Joyce is currently seeing clients face to face and via telehealth. 


Patricia has a Bachelor of Arts in Social Science from Chapman University as well as a Master of Arts in Psychology with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy from Brandman University. 

Patricia began her career as a Mental Health Rehabilitation Specialist/Crisis Worker, eventually transitioning to clinical work. She also has experience in the educational system working with children, adolescents, and adults. She offers a safe, supportive and confidential environment bringing healing and restoration to individuals and families.

Patricia is a bilingual Spanish-speaking clinician currently seeing clients both in-person and on telehealth platforms. She specializes in working with children experiencing emotional and behavioral challenges and individuals with anxiety, depression, life-change challenges, relationship issues, and parenting concerns. 


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