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Di Giorgio, Christina

Ms. Christina Di Giorgio, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, works out of VCC: The Gary Center in La Habra, California, but provides therapy through Telehealth to patients of any VCC location. Ms. Di Giorgio is dedicated to forming trusting relationships and advocating for best interests of her patients and their families. She is a respectful and compassionate professional offering an extensive background serving diverse populations and communities by providing guidance through a
collaborative partnership.

Clinician Since
  • 2021
    • California State University, Long Beach

    Kong, Darren

    Mr. Darren Kong, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, serves a diverse range of populations by providing direct crisis interventions and mental health services with clinical experience in multiple settings. Mr. Kong is bilingual in Khmer.

    Clinician Since
    • 2021
      • University of Southern California
      • CPR/First Aid

      Yetz, Jeanne

      Dr. Yetz is a practiced psychiatrist with experience working in mindfulness based cognitive behabioral therapy, substance abuse treatment groups, psychodynamic psychoanalytically oriented psychotherapy, fitness for duty evaluations, and more.

      Clinician Since
      • 2021
        Medical Education
        • New York Medical College, Valhalla, New York
        • Psychiatry: American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology
        • Addiction Psychiatry: American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology

        Acosta, Acuzena

        Ms. Acuzena Acosta provides school-based therapy for students in need. She is a dedicated social worker with 4 years of practice experience in therapy, and 9 years of experience in case management services. Ms. Acuzena focuses on supporting self-determination and capacity for self-sufficiency. Populations served include domestic violence survivors, homeless, veterans, low income, elementary to college students, substance users, criminal background, disabled, seniors and others.

        • 2021
          • California State University, San Marcos
          • Internal Medicine, American Board of Internal Medicine

          Behavioral Health

          In simple terms, “behavioral health” is how a person thinks, feels and acts when faced with life’s situations. Sometimes life can get difficult and our emotions or thoughts can be overwhelming. If you or someone you know is having difficulty behaving in healthy ways with others or themselves, they may benefit from behavioral health services.

          Types of Conditions

          • Depression (feeling very sad or down)
          • Anxiety (fears or worrying most or all of the time)
          • Suicidal thoughts
          • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
          • Difficulty controlling anger or violence
          • Alcohol or drug abuse
          • Changes in mood from very high to very low
          • Difficulty sleeping or sleeping too much

          Counseling and Therapy

          • Psychiatry services
          • One-on-one therapy with a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)
          • Identification of mental or behavioral health issues
          • Coping and support skills
          • Referral to support groups and other services

          Dougherty, Christine

          Licensed Clinical Social Worker Christine Dougherty has been working to support the behavioral health of patients since 2000. She has served numerous populations and worked with all ages throughout her career as a therapist, including years of counseling children to improve social skills, confidence and self-actualization.

          She is currently providing school based care in North County, and her many years of experience working with children has prepared her well for this position. Christine works well with patients, parents, teachers, and clinicians to create the most well rounded health experience for each person that she sees. She is very knowledgeable and well versed in her field.

          If you are looking for behavioral health care for your child, Christine is a great option. She can help you develop strategies and techniques that work for you. You can rest assured that Christine Dougherty will provide a safe environment for you to express your issues and concerns.

          VCC Provider Since
          • 2020
          • Columbia University Graduate School of Social Work


          We provide immunizations and routine screenings at all of our medical center locations. These services are offered five days a week, on a walk-in basis or by appointment. Walk-in patients are seen on a “first come, first served” basis and early arrival is suggested. Services are available for children and adults. If you’re not sure what vaccinations or screenings you might need, we can help advise you when you call for an appointment or come in to receive services.

          Protect Your Family From The Flu

          Everyone 6 months and older should get an annual flu vaccine.  The vaccine is available at your regularly scheduled appointment at VCC.

          VCC also offers walk-in flu clinics, seasonally. No appointments are needed.

          The flu vaccine is:

          • Free for insured VCC patients
          • Free for VCC patients who meet certain income criteria
          • $15 for non-VCC patients

          For more information on the flu vaccine, please call (760) 631-5000 x1010.

          Before You Come

          • Bring your immunization records.
          • A parent must accompany children under the age of 18, unless it is an immunization against a sexually transmitted infection (STI), see section below.
          • A parent must provide written permission if an individual other than the parent is bringing the child in for services.
          • Children under 18 will not be seen without parental permission.
          • Guardians must present legal documentation of guardianship.

          Immunizations Against Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI)

          Per California law, patients between 12-17 years of age can consent to immunizations that prevent sexually transmitted infections (STI). These currently include vaccinations against Hepatitis B and Human Papillomavirus (HPV).


          • Influenza (seasonal) 6 months old to adult
          • Pneumonia (child and adult)
          • Dtap/Tdap/Td (Tdap recommended for ages 11 years or older)
          • Polio
          • Hepatitis A/Hepatitis B
          • Rotavirus
          • Measles/Mumps/Rubella (MMR)
          • Varicella (Chicken Pox)
          • HPV (Human Papillomavirus)
          • Meningococcal
          • Shingles (Zoster) 50 years and older
          • Vaccine blood titers available by appointment only
          • Flu shot clinics held seasonally

          Tuberculin Skin Test (TB)

          • Walk-ins welcome
          • You must return to have the results read within 48-72 hours after the initial test


          In addition to relieving chronic pain and treating injuries, regular chiropractic adjustments can help you achieve optimum health by improving flexibility of the spine, restoring balance and proper alignment, and improving communication of the nervous system. VCC is committed to guiding you to better overall health and improved quality of life. We offer chiropractic treatment for all ages, from children through seniors.

          Chiropractic Services

          Issues treated include:

          • Pain in your wrist, back, shoulders, neck, hip, ankle or knee
          • Arthritis
          • Issues during and after pregnancy
          • Post surgical pain

          Swenson, Ing

          Licensed Clinical Social Worker Ing Swenson’s experience in mental health work goes back nearly 20 years, starting in Seattle in 2002. He has served numerous behavioral health needs and populations throughout his career as a therapist, moving all the way up as the Director of Behavioral Health at a clinic in Chicago.

          If you are looking for behavioral health care, Ing is a great resource. He has the experience and tools to help you get and stay mentally healthy. He has also a strong background working with the LGBTQ community. You can rest assured that Ing will provide a safe environment for you to express your issues and concerns.

          He is currently only providing care via telehealth in San Diego and Riverside Counties.

          VCC Provider Since
          • 2019
          Dental Education
          • University of Illinois at Chicago

          Cruz, Vanessa

          Licensed Clinical Social Worker Vanessa Cruz came to VCC for the opportunity to provide behavioral health treatment to children and families in need of services within the community.


          VCC Provider Since
          • 2019
          Medical Education
          • San Diego State University
          • California State University, San Marcos
          • Licensed Clinical Social Worker
          • Pupil Personnel Services Credential in School Social Work (PPSC)
          • Professional Assault Crisis Training (PRO-ACT)