The Sigil Social Foundation proudly welcomes USC School of Social Work students and interns who are finishing their program. We aim to give them the direction, guidance, and support they need to become therapists who are prepared, who are capable, and who will succeed. Our internship program, headed by our Clinical Director Robin Paulson, has grown in leaps and bounds in the last few weeks. Sigil has become a major resource to the surrounding communities in the mental health counseling field.
“I’m excited by how passionate everyone is to see their community become empowered and successful. Our community in the Temecula and Murrieta area is starting to make its mark in the mental health fields. People from all over the country have been asking for our services, from Portland to Chicago. We’re just getting started!” said Sigil Social Foundation CEO and Founder, Nate Fowler. “I want to thank the people at USC for making this union possible. They are the teachers and the creators of the dream within these students.”
The Sigil Social Foundation is a mental health counseling service serving in the Temecula, Murrieta, Wildomar and surrounding areas. It offers a wealth of privacy for its clients in a variety of ways that greatly exceeds current standards, from private entrances to private lobbies. It is also a non-profit 501(c)3 that is fundraising to build a long-term safe house for domestic abuse families and slave trafficking victims.