I became a therapist because I was able to personally experience the power of therapy. As a result, my experience has allowed me to witness the resiliency of the human spirit. As well as the ability we all share to grow and thrive, while having the impact of having a guide along the way. It is not often that one is able to be really, truly heard. I know that everyone has their own story and that every story deserves to be heard. As a therapist, I want to hear your story, and I want to be the guide that helps you on that path toward healing.
My practice focuses on working with individuals, adolescents, school-age children, and families. In the past, I have had experience working with a variety of populations ranging from at risk-adolescents to woman in transitional housing.
As a therapist, I believe that having a non-judgmental, caring, and safe space where one can share their experience is key to therapy. I will be a guide that helps you on your path to find your inner strength, happiness, and peace. If this sounds like what you need, contact me today!
I began my education at California State University, Sacramento where I received my Bachelor’s degree in Sociology. After that, I earned my Master’s degree in Counseling-Marriage and Family Therapy from California State University, Long Beach. Since then, I have had the opportunity to work with adults, adolescents, and school-aged children. I care deeply about helping teens and members of the Latino/a community, and I offer therapy in English and in Spanish.
I love to travel and to learn about and experience different cultures, history, and traditions around the world. One of the most impactful and memorable places I’ve visited is the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam. I also enjoy spending time with my loved ones and my two dogs during my free time. I’m a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) myself and am grateful to help other HSPs in their journey.