Welcome to Orange County Health Psychologists, Inc.

Thank you for taking this first step on a path towards healing, health and wellness. We hope you will allow us to help you move forward.

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Kristin Kleppe, Psy.D.
President

Orange County Health Psychologists is a unique group practice of licensed clinical behavioral health providers. Our psychologists, therapists, and psychiatrist offer safe and supportive services for individuals, couples and families. We treat depression; anxiety; trauma and abuse; grief and loss; sleep disorders; chronic pain; addiction; autism spectrum disorders; ADD/ADHD; and couples, marriage, and family challenges.

We also offer telehealth therapy, psychiatric assessment and medication management; EMDR; nutritional counseling; and psychological and neuropsychological testing and assessments for memory, learning and developmental disorders, ADD/ADHD and autism spectrum disorders.

Orange County Health Psychologists focus on mental WELLness and integrated care for mind, body and spirit.

Psychotherapy can be a wonderful experience of positive growth and transformation - let’s talk about how we can make that happen for you.

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