Our MissionWe strive to provide a therapeutic environment where you feel comfortable and safe, empowering you as an active participant on your journey towards a better self.
I believe in making my clients feel important when they meet with me. I strive to provide an office environment free from judgement and negativity. When clients meet with me they will feel a sense of individualism and thrive from my strength based approach and empowerment. With my full attention to each and every client, they will feel heard, validated, and learn coping skills to be able to handle the struggles of day to day life.
I have years of experience working with children, adolescents, and families. My specialties include working with clients struggling with depression, anxiety, and mood disorders. In addition, I work with teens dealing with pregnancy, sexual health, sexual abuse, physical abuse, gang affiliations, academic struggles, and college transition. I also dedicate a portion of my practice to performing clinical immigration assessments for individuals and families who are undergoing proceedings to obtain legal status in the United States.
Lastly, I am fluent in Portuguese and Spanish. I was born in Brazil, therefore I enjoy working with other cultures and my cultural background enables me to empathize and understand different cultural perspectives.
Office: Suite 106
I believe in embracing my clients' strengths by allowing them to search within themselves for answers. In my practice, you will be in a welcoming, peaceful environment free from judgement and negativity. Clients will feel that their afflictions are heard and validated, and most importantly they will learn coping skills to deal with their issues of everyday life.
My specialties are working with young adults and adolescents experiencing issues dealing and coping with everyday stressors. In addition, I have experience working with clients who struggle with depression and anxiety. Moreover, I am interested in working with clients who have experienced domestic violence and immigration issues.
Office: Suite 108