We have created a Latinx Mental Health Practitioner directory that is nationwide who are licensed, culturally conscious of the Latinx community, and provide quality service to their patients. We do not have a list of every single Latinx mental health practitioner nationwide since we are based on submissions. Please know that just because a therapist is listed in the directory does not mean that the therapist is endorsed by Therapy for Latinx. We are happy to be a starting point for mental wellness but encourage you to visit their website, call to ask questions and do some homework to find a therapist that will be the right fit for you.
Porter Ranch, CA
I am a relationship therapist and counselor, speaker on sexual assault, sexual violence, and trauma. I have presented at national, regional and state conferences speaking on topics of college campus sexual assault, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), domestic violence and mental health counseling.
I gained my clinical experience at intense trauma sites, the Domestic Violence Center of Santa Clarita Valley and Strength United. I have experience and passion treating survivors of sexual assault, torture, child abuse and court-mandated individuals. I specialize working with women, men and adolescents dealing with relationship issues, identity issues, depression, anxiety and any traumatic event that has occurred in their life.
I help people through their toughest moments in their lives, at a time when they are afraid to change but know it is necessary to. I work to empower my clients to work towards reducing dependence of a person, negative feeling or a memory and gain autonomy, control of their lives and know their own worth.
In a caring, thoughtful and sensitive environment, I allow my clients to be themselves, be challenged and work towards a healthier present and future. I enjoy seeing my clients become more resilient, empowered, become more joyful and have better relationships with people they can trust and feel supported by.
Greensboro , NC
Therapy is about empowerment and hope, life can be difficult, and it is sometimes hard to make that first step toward change. My goal is to partner to cultivate a hopeful and empowered perspective on life for all people. I use mindful living and creative techniques to assist in the healing process. It is important to learn how to live in the moment, much of our lives are lived in the past or in the future, and there are typically blocks that keep people in that state of future/past talk. Let’s work together and navigate the preset.
Be Transformed Inc. is a non-profit (501 C3) organization that was established in 2008. Since then we have provided services for the community of East Los Angeles and the surrounding areas. The work we do here, is done from the heart. Therefore, we make it our goal to help our participants accomplish their goals, and assist them in overcoming their personal issues. Our staff of registered professionals have been trained, and our supervised by a Licensed Therapist. We take pride in that we have staff members who have experience in; Substance Abuse Disorders, Parenting Education, Domestic Violence, Anger Management, Sex addiction, Individual & Family Therapy, and Pre-Marital Counseling.
Los Angeles, California
I am a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Certified Yoga Teacher (200 RYT), and a member of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT). My interests include insight meditation, holistic health, philosophy, exploring nature, and sharing stories and food with people I love. In 2010, I earned my M.A. in Integral Counseling Psychology at The California Institute of Integral Studies, a school that integrates Eastern and Western philosophies. As a student psychotherapist at the Integral Counseling Center at Pierce Street, I worked with individuals and couples dealing with a variety of issues including intimacy, trauma, grief, mood disorders, addiction, life transitions, parenting, and creative blocks.
I am passionate about helping individuals, couples, and families find healing and empowerment. I have worked in diverse settings since starting my career. As a therapist in a transitional housing program for survivors of domestic violence, as a mental health clinician providing crisis intervention and treatment for at-risk youth ages 0-17, and as Chemical Dependency Recovery Counselor at Kaiser Permanente in the Department of Addiction Medicine. In 2014, I opened my private practice where I assist my clients toward greater understanding and peace.
Angelica Pinna-Perez (Pronouns: She/Her/Hers) is a tri-lingual (English-Spanish-Italian) trauma-informed psychotherapist and trauma-sensitive educator utilizing culturally relevant theories, assessments and methods. She loves supporting people to challenge their limiting beliefs about what can’t be done in order to focus on a vision that can be achieved.
Angelica has worked as a psychotherapist and social action activist engaging in community-based mental health counseling since 2000. She has worked clinically and in advocacy in the US and abroad with an interest in transnational/trans-cultural and social justice therapy, training and consulting in the context of globalization.
She is committed to understanding, re-framing, and making meaning of suffering, trauma, and oppression in individual and social contexts. Her work intends to center the stories of marginalized individuals that have limited structural power. She uses frameworks informed by feminist liberation psychology, human rights discourse, decolonial feminism, and social justice to organize her approaches to therapy, teaching and consulting.
As a firm believer in a mind-body-spirit approach to psychological health, I incorporate a long history of multi-disciplinary spiritual practice and investigation with my graduate training in relationship/family therapy into a holistic perspective that utilizes transitions and crises as opportunities to deepen insight and life skills that better navigate and manage them. In terms of couples work, I help with communications, developing conflict resolution strategies, healing from infidelities, addiction/codependency, and other sexual issues by examining your familial/relational histories and teaching a variety of guideposts to help you be your best selves, together and individually.
I'm a Licensed Professional Counselor working with adults (18+) in Austin, Texas. I provide therapy and other resources to help overcome stress, live mindfully, and cultivate the life and the relationships you want.
St. Augustine , FL
Licensed Bilingual ( Spanish) Psychotherapist. Specializing in immigration evaluations, trauma, human trafficking victims, anxiety, and depression.
EMDR ( Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing Practitioner).
Santa Monica, California
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Suite 240 Office C
I am a licensed social worker and psychotherapist. Some of my specialties include working with persons struggling with anxiety, depression, gender identity, burnout, sexual trauma, life transitions, grief, loss and mood disorders. I have a Masters in Social Service from Bryn Mawr College, a Masters in Urban Education from Temple University, and a B.S. in Human Development from the State University of New York at Binghamton.
As a clinical social worker and therapist, my goal is to help clients access their inner wisdom, heal trauma, foster growth and assist them in living authentically. I am passionate about helping individuals, couples and families find healing, empowerment and joy in their lives. I provide a compassionate, respectful, and judgment-free space. I work with youth 12 years and older, college students, women and femme identified persons, adults, families, and the LGBTQIA community. I strive to be culturally aware, queer-affirming, trans-affirming, sex and body positive through a social justice and intersectional feminist lens. I am fluent in Spanish and can work with Spanish speaking clients. I am also a trained full-spectrum doula.