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Stephanie A. Prakash, LCSW 

Sacramento Medical Center
Department of Psychiatry

Commons Building
2008 Morse Avenue
Sacramento CA 95825

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Appt/Advice: (916) 973-5300
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About Me

I completed my undergraduate and graduate studies at CSUS. I joined Kaiser in 1999 and enjoy working with a great group of clinicians on the Crisis Team.

The Crisis Team in the Department of Psychiatry provides treatment and intervention for psychological emergencies. Our clinicians work on a multi-disciplinary team that is made up of medical doctors, psychologists, licensed clinical social workers, and marriage family therapists. We provide treatment and intervention at Sacramento Morse Avenue and Roseville Parkway Out-Patient Clinics, the Roseville and Sacramento Emergency Departments and the Roseville and Sacramento in-patient medicine units.

I have a heart for those who seek to improve their lives and are willing to do the challenging work needed to make this happen. I am a faithful Christian and feel blessed by God in so many ways. I am married to a wonderful husband who is a true partner and proof of God's faithfulness. My daughter and step-son are two of the most loveable kids I know.

Remaining healthy physically and emotionally is something I strive to achieve by eating well, exercising and having positive outlets. My interests include traveling, skiing, backpacking, camping, bike riding, listening to music, playing board games with my family, reading, cooking and spending time with the people I love.

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