La Clínica Latina
Who We Are
La Clínica Latina in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Stanford Medicine provides mental health services to individuals ages 18+ who identify as first-, second-, or third-generation (and up) Latino or Hispanic.
We are a team of psychiatrists, psychologists, and a cultural advisor who provide a culturally competent space where people who identify as Latino or Hispanic can receive mental health care in their language of preference, whether in Spanish and/or English.
We work with individuals and their families to provide interdisciplinary, culturally-informed applications of evidence-based mental health care.
All of our providers are able to provide care in both English and Spanish. Interpretation services for other languages are available. We provide:
- Psychiatric medication management
- Individual psychotherapy
- Group psychotherapy (upcoming availability)
- Consultation and collaboration with other clinics and providers for individual patients
- Virtual or (in certain cases) in-person appointments
We are currently able to provide short wait times or immediate availability for new and existing patients. We accept self-referrals as well as referrals from other providers. Our services are for patients that are currently based anywhere in California.
For an appointment with a provider from our clinic, including for medication management or therapy, and/or for more information:
Please call 650-498-9111
We accept both self-referrals and referrals from other providers.
Dr. Axel Valle recently worked with the Stanford Center for Health Education on a video discussing self-harm. It is important to know that family can help, and there are effective treatments available. In this video, Dr. Valle answers some of the most common questions about self-harm.
Please explore additional mental health topics in Spanish from the Stanford Center for Health Education below.
Binge Eating Disorder
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
PTSD: Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder