For many suffering from a mental health disorder, it can be difficult to admit that there is a problem. For those who have the strength and courage to admit that they need help, there should be no limit to the support that’s available in order to thrive in spite of mental illness. SoCal Empowered is committed to helping those who choose to work with us to receive the best clinical care available. Our facility is designed to make you feel like the appreciated guest that you are once you walk through our doors. In doing so, we work with almost every insurance provider available so you can focus on your treatment without the burden of financial stress. The insurance companies we’ve worked with include:
Wondering if in-patient mental health treatment is the right option for you? Give one of our caring professionals a call today to discuss your treatment options!
When suffering from a mental health disorder, sometimes the most difficult part of the healing process is taking the first step down the journey toward personal growth and change. We want you to know that we’re here for you during this wonderful decision you’re making for yourself or your loved one, and support you in taking this first step toward a brighter future. This process may seem stressful or anxiety-producing, but it’s not. We want you to take a deep breath and relax—we’ve designed this process to be as smooth and peaceful as possible. You’re already likely dealing with enough stress and anxiety in life, and we’re here to help alleviate and manage such symptoms, and not add onto them. If you feel like you’re in need of some true healing and change in your life, we urge you to take the first step and give us a call today.
As a part of our mission for providing quality, client-focused care, our team of professional experts are responsible for ensuring we deliver just that for our clients—making their well-being and safety a paramount each step of the way. We provide board certified psychiatrist and a licensed clinical social worker, masters level case manager and onsite charge nurse for our clients.
Dr. Randall Turner is our Medical Director here at SoCal Empowered™. He earned his medical degree from Touro University Nevada College of Osteopathic Medicine (TUNCOM) and completed his psychiatry residency training at Loma Linda University in California.
He’s board-certified in Psychiatry and Addiction Medicine by the American Board of Preventive Medicine. Dr. Turner has provided services through his practice to several hospitals and institutions across California. His experience lies in working with a variety of populations, including addiction medicine and geriatric psychiatry.
Each day he aims to understand human psychology and psychopathology more thoroughly, in hopes of relieving suffering for those he treats, while fostering healing and personal development. Residing in Southern California with his wife and four children, Dr. Turner is a talented musician who also enjoys bird watching, reading, and traveling.
Dr. Lorna Pham has over eighteen years of experience in the behavioral healthcare field. She received her Doctorate degree in Psychology from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Master’s degree in Psychology from Pepperdine University, and Bachelor’s degree in Sociology from the University of California, Riverside. She has held various professional roles in the Behavioral Health industry in both for-profit and non-profit sectors.
Her roles include Residential Counselor, Case Manager, Quality Assurance Director, Vice President of Quality Assurance, Director of Outpatient, Adjunct Professor, and Expert/Professional Consultant. Dr. Pham is a big proponent of having the family or caregiver involved in the client’s treatment by educating the family on their role in helping their loved one deal with mental illness. She also believes in treating mental illness as a whole and having a multi-disciplinary team involved in the client’s treatment.
She is an active member of the community promoting mental health awareness and substance use awareness. As a first-generation Filipino-American, Dr. Pham is a passionate advocate for the Asian Pacific Islander (API) community, helping to destigmatize the subject of mental health and substance abuse. She was a presenter for the Cultural Competency and Mental Health Summit XVIII and Cultural Competency Summit XX.