Start your journey towards healing by finding a Latinx therapist.

Marcos Zamora-Sanchez, LCSWVerified

Queer Healing Oasis

San Fernando, CA Online Sessions Hablo Español

Queer Healing Oasis was founded in 2012 by Marcos Zamora-Sánchez, LCSW as an intentional healing space for Queer, Trans, and gender non-conforming people. Since its inception, Queer Healing Oasis has served as a medium for healing circles, trainings, and workshops. The mission of Queer Healing Oasis is to provide affordable mental health services to Queer, Trans, and gender non-conforming people from a trauma-informed lens.

Katheryn Perez, AMFT, APCCVerified

Katheryn Perez Therapy

Encino, CA Hablo Español

Reaching out to a therapist is an act of self-love and courage. This means that you are interested in creating an emotionally stable life for yourself. As a woman of color, I am very familiar with how daunting this process might be. My hope is to provide you with the support, courage, and stability needed in order to live the life that you deserve. I am passionate about working with individuals dealing with transgenerational trauma, anxiety, and self-esteem issues. I have experience working with clients dealing with depression, severe mental illness, domestic violence, PTSD, and substance abuse. I focus on your strengths and abilities in order to heal emotional wounds, increase self-confidence, and overcome stressors. My goal in therapy is to assist you with gaining self-awareness, emotional clarity, and acceptance. It would be an honor to support you in your journey towards healing.

Edith Arias, LCSWVerified

Grow Wellness Practice

Commerce , CA Online Sessions Hablo Español

I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Life and Wellness Coach in South East Los Angeles and my area of focus is on the individual's well-being. I integrate a treatment modality that heals and strengthens the mind, body, and spirit. As a wellness practitioner, I understand the challenges we face and want to support, you towards a positive and wholehearted life. My experience within the Latino Community is focused on the prevention of child abuse, neglect and severe mental health crisis intervention. My approach to treatment is community oriented and strength-based. I have an in-depth understanding of mental health concerns, I integrate cultural and eclectic techniques to alleviate the struggles of at-risk families. I am also trained at conducting Immigration Psychological Evaluation.

Lupita Martinez, M.A., LMFTVerified

Gardena, CA Hablo Español

Bienvenidxs! I am very happy that you are looking for the extra help you need in this difficult/ confusing part of your life. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions. I am more than happy to speak to you and explain how I may be able to help or direct you to someone who can! I specialize in working with college-aged adults and young professionals struggling with career-related stressors and/or difficulties with navigating as a minority in the working world. People of color have struggled for many centuries and we continue to see some imbalances in "white collar jobs" and higher education. Imposter Syndrome also know as Imposter Phenomenon is a collection of feelings of inadequacy despite evident success. Sometimes as a minority, it is hard to recognize that you DO DESERVE a seat at the table and YOU DO DESERVE to be heard! Together we can work through the self-doubt, feeling of not belonging, and show you ways to grow as a confident and successful individual. Additionally, I work with individuals experiencing depression and anxiety, and I also complete immigration evaluations for those in the Los Angeles area and neighboring cities. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions about my specialty or additional services.

Janet Brito, PhD, PSY, LCSW, CSTVerified

Center for Sexual and Reproductive Health

Honolulu, Hawaii Online Sessions Hablo Español

Are you struggling with aspects of your sexuality or sex life? Do you find yourself hiding your sexual behavior from others? Do you have unresolved painful feelings that interfere with your ability to have a satisfying sexual relationship? If so, I want you to know that there is hope. I have dedicated my practice to helping people like you. You don’t have to continue living with feelings of pain, sadness, anger or guilt. There is a life for you that features less shame and more freedom regardless of the challenges you face today. You can become a more confident you. I will help you walk the path that makes your goals a reality.

Monique Castro, LMFTVerified

Indigenous Circle of Wellness

Commerce, CA Online Sessions

It is important for me to provide a space where you can be your true authentic and full self. I created Indigenous Circle of Wellness, a private practice, to truly support healing through a culturally inclusive and holistic way. My approach to mental wellness is deeply grounded in the value of family, community, and collective healing. I offer a space that centers the healing for Indigenous & People of Color, but is open to ALL folks on their healing journey. I work with adults, children, teens, couples, families, and I am LGBTQ2S affirming. I specialize in treating intergenerational & complex trauma and the various symptoms and/or diagnosis that are a result of such experiences; including PTSD, anxiety, depression, relationship challenges, identity, etc. I am a proud Indigenous Navajo & Chicana woman, born and raised in North East Los Angeles. I have over 12 years of professional experience, expanding from social services, program and leadership development, community organizing, education, and consulting. If I can be a resource in any way, I would love to connect and support you.

Jazmine Ortiz-Ulibarri, M.A., AMFTVerified

Pasadena, CA Online Sessions Hablo Español

As a clinician, I have the opportunity and privilege to offer an open, collaborative and therapeutic environment that is empathetic towards my clients. Using an eclectic therapeutic approach my task is to assist my clients in finding wholeness from within through broadening their capacity to accept change, and coming to healthy terms with the history of their lives. I am also contracted with the Los Angeles Archdiocese and operate from a faith-base perspective. I am trained in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), an evidence-based treatment approach shown to help individuals overcome trauma-related difficulties. I am a certified Maternal Mental Health therapist through PSI and MMHN and am trained in family systems along with UCLA PEERS model. I help couples through their pre-marital journey through FOCCUS. I also am trained in Applied Behavior Analysis and Play therapy to support developing children reach their milestones.

Genesis Games, LMHCVerified

South Miami Psychology Group

Miami, FL Hablo Español

I am a bilingual Licensed Mental Health Counselor in the state of Florida and currently practice at South Miami Psychology Group. I earned my Bachelor’s in Psychology from Florida International University and continued to earn my Master’s in Mental Health Counseling with a certificate in Marriage, Couples, and Family Therapy from the University of Central Florida. I have worked in outpatient and residential treatment centers for co-occurring disorders providing ample experience working with individuals presenting with an array of mental health issues and substance use. I have worked providing relationship education to couples and individuals at the Marriage and Family Research Institute at the University of Central Florida. Most recently, I worked providing trauma-informed therapy to unaccompanied minors under the Office of Refugee Resettlement. I integrate evidenced-based approaches including Rational Emotional Behavioral Therapy, The Gottman Method, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and Solution-FocusedTechniques to help clients make meaningful and long lasting changes. I meet each of my clients where they are at in their journey and tailor my approaches to each client’s unique needs. I works with individuals, couples, and families. I conduct group sessions and relationship education workshops. I'm passionate about working with individuals in early recovery, the loved ones of individuals impacted by addiction, and immigrants struggling to adjust to a new life away from home. I help families stay together by providing comprehensive psychological evaluations for immigration cases.

Claudia Barfoot, LMHCVerified

Claudia Barfoot

Brooklyn, NY Online Sessions Hablo Español

Let's get you back to your center. As a psychotherapist, dream worker, and researcher of old ways of healing, my approach is integrative and culturally sensitive. I specialize in life transitions, relationships, trauma, grief and bereavement, and reproductive and maternal mental health. If you want to create a space to focus on your intentions, heal from what's been keeping you from fully experiencing life and relationships, and be open to your emotions without feeling overwhelmed, I invite you to join me in a process that can radically change your life by expanding your perspective, and your potential for growth. The success of my approach comes from a solid psychodynamic background and the incorporation of techniques such as accelerated experiential psychodynamic psychotherapy (AEDP), cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), and attachment-based, emotionally focused modalities. I am bilingual (English-Spanish) and having built successful careers in two countries has enriched my approach and broadened my skills. I am dedicated to working with you to understand what has limited you and what will expand your potential for growth and wellness.

Stephanie Villasenor, LMFTVerified

Villasenor Counseling

Commerce, CA Online Sessions

Sometimes in life, we are confronted by hurdles that seem difficult to overcome on our own. Let's do this together at a safe pace. I aim to build a strong bond between clients and myself. This sets the precedence for the rest of the treatment process. I utilize elements from different approaches to develop the best treatment plan suited for my clients, by exploring personal backgrounds and incorporating life experiences as a way to examine and resolve issues that hinder a healthy lifestyle. My goal is to guide my clients through a process of self-discovery and personal growth.

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I really appreciated the ease of finding a Latinx therapist and services for not just myself, but also for my son. I reached out to Latinx Therapy and found that they had many members from all over in their network, so I was able to choose from different therapists and make the best decision for my family. Latinx Therapy's questions were also truly helpful, as I did not know what I should have been asking.

Jazmin T.

I’m a 26-year-old queer woman of color. It has been some time that I have spent doing research for a therapist in hopes of finding one that fits my wants and needs. I lost my mother a little over a year ago, my life has changed drastically, I’m constantly needing to readjust and I know that I would benefit from therapy. I found my therapist through Latinx Therapy. It’s difficult in our communities to find these Latinx women professionals and it has been refreshing to see someone put in the work to provide our community with this resource.

Genesis A.

I contacted Adriana [from Latinx Therapy] a few months back when my family and I were going through a very difficult transition. I didn’t know where to begin this journey- for one, I needed someone who not only understood my families background but also spoke Spanish. I believe it is very important to our community to have someone in the field of psychology as a mentor and a leader who genuinely cares for our community. Thank you, Adriana!

Jessica G.