Start your journey towards healing by finding a Latinx therapist.

Mishka Clavijo Kimball, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist #112986 and Certified Anger Management CounselorVerified

Kimball Therapy

Sherman Oaks, CA Online Sessions Hablo Español

Hola! Bienvenidos! Welcome! My name is Mishka Kimball, I am a Latinx therapist and Certified Anger Management Counselor located in Los Angeles. I am very honored that you have chosen to visit my profile. As a therapist my mission is to walk with you and guide you through your healing journey, help you by giving you tools to improve your mental and emotional health, and overall happiness. I love to work with the Latinx comunidad and would be glad to talk to you to see if I'd be the right person for you. I offer a free phone consultation, so feel free to contact me and we can schedule one for you. I also offer anger management groups in English and Spanish for court-mandated clients. Contact me for more information. Mi nombre es Mishka Kimball y soy terapeuta Latina en la ciudad de Los Angeles. Es un honor para mí que visites mi pagina. Como terapeuta, mi misión es ayudarte y guiarte en tu caminar hacia la sanación. También te puedo ayudar con darte herramientas para que puedas mejorar tu salud mental y emocional, tanto como tu felicidad. También soy consejera certificada para el Control de la Ira y ofrezco grupos en Español para clientes mandados por la corte. Ofrezco consultas gratis por teléfono. Contáctame si quisieras agendar tu consulta o tienes preguntas. Gracias! Thank you!

Vivi Vallin, PCC-AssociateVerified

Vivi Vallin Therapy

Los Angeles, CA Hablo Español

Finding a therapist that feels right for you is important. I believe in co-creating a space that feels safe and authentic for you and myself. My approach is founded on creating a trusting relationship that invites you to bring all parts of yourself into the space. Your culture, stories, body, fears, passion, feelings and gifts. All of you is welcomed. I work with individuals (children/adults), couples and families who are feeling overwhelmed, stuck in patterns/cycles, feeling unsure about how to create change, and/or have experienced trauma. Wherever you are, is the perfect place to start. I emphasize choice, self-compassion and self-care. I believe in leading by example. I am committed to my own self-care and wellness and strive to have a life that is full, connected and joyful. Life does not always make that easy! Together we explore what barriers impact our wellness. This includes understanding how systems of power, privilege and oppression shape us. We will work together to imagine new possibilities and move toward the vision, work, and relationships you want. I offer a free consultation to connect and explore your needs and questions. Services offered in English and Spanish. The body is essential to our healing. Research is catching up to what we already know from traditional medicine and indigenous communities. Whether you feel confused and frustrated by not understanding what your body is doing or you want to deepen your relationship with your body, we will take a collaborate and intuitive approach to learn how to befriend and support your body. I am a certified Trauma Center-Trauma Sensitive Yoga (TC-TSY) Facilitator. I integrate TSY into therapy and offer individual/small group sessions, consultations and trainings. Contact me about current TSY groups! My commitment is to make wellness accessible to people of color, LGBTQIA individuals, activists, healers and front line service providers. Sliding scale fees available on case by case basis.

Alejandra Peña, LMFT-Associate, LPC-InternVerified

Healing Tree Counseling

Austin, TX Hablo Español

Hola! My name is Alejandra and I am a bilingual therapist based in Austin, Texas. I grew up in El Salvador, and most of my family still lives there. I moved to the US in 2014 to become a counselor, and I have loved being able to grow professionally in this amazing city. I've been working for a local non-profit since 2016 as a bilingual counselor for survivors of domestic and/or sexual violence and for immigrant survivors. I've been taking more time to see clients in my private practice and particularly feel passionate about working with immigrants, Spanish-speakers, families and survivors of trauma. My main goal in providing therapy/counseling is to support clients in their healing journey, empower them, and help them discover healthy perceptions of themselves and build strong relationships so they can know themselves as whole and safe individuals. Supervised by Michelle Silva Segura, LMFT-S, LPC-S, SEP

Denise Vite, LCSWVerified

Compassionate Wellness Counseling

Brea, Ca Online Sessions Hablo Español

Hola! I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker located in Brea, Ca. I offer culturally sensitive therapeutic care in my practice. I provide individual therapy for women, couple's therapy, motherhood circles and workshops for new parents adjusting to the transition to parenthood. I have specialized training in treating prenatal & postpartum depression and anxiety. If you answer "yes" to any of the following questions below, I would encourage you to call me for a free consultation. Are you recently pregnant or home with your newborn and struggling to adjust to the emotional and physical changes that you are going through? Are you and your partner having trouble navigating parenthood and staying connected? Perhaps you are struggling with stressors that are affecting your work and relationships. I can help you find the solutions and strategies to get through this difficult time in a safe and non-judgmental space. Finding the right mental health professional for you is an important component in getting better and decreasing your stress. Give me a call to discuss therapy treatment options and to determine if I am the right fit for you. Counseling also offered in Spanish

Sonia Liliana Liggins, LMHCVerified

Family Wellbeing Associates

Tiffin, IA Hablo Español

Personal Statement I believe therapy is a place for healing reflection and active transformation. Everyone experiences hardships and challenges in life. This can lead individuals and families to feel stuck, stressed, anxious and depressed. Traumatic experiences can alter the way you view the world and attempt to hijack your life, but you don’t have to stay this way. I believe everyone holds the key to their own healing—I empower you to find it. Therapy can enhance your life as well as relationships with others, and it can offer you relief and support through difficult times. My sessions are reflective, collaborative and help reorient you. They are hopeful and keep you accountable. I offer a safe space for clients to develop self-awareness as individuals and in relationships with others. I challenge my clients to identify destructive patterns in their lives and find solutions to help them in practical ways. I strive to help you find your voice, to teach you skills and find healing at your own pace. In my practice, I will work with you through a holistic lens and use a multi-therapeutic approach that best suits you or your family’s needs. I borrow from various modalities, including: Cognitive Behavioral Therapies, Structural Family Therapy, Narrative Therapy, mindfulness techniques & other trauma-informed therapies. Professional Statement Sonia Liliana Liggins, MA is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Johnson County, Iowa. Lily is passionate about youth and family development and strengthening Latino communities through self-exploration, skill building and empowerment to advocate for personal needs, crisis intervention and prevention work. In her previous roles, Lily practiced in community mental health settings, through outpatient services and school based mental health. Lily specializes in child, adolescent & young adult mental health and prioritizes family work in her therapeutic work with clients.

Nayeli Corona-Zitney, LCSW 69624Verified

Nayeli Corona-Zitney, LCSW

Rancho Cucamonga, CA Hablo Español

Hello! my name is Nayeli Corona-Zitney, LCSW, and my therapy practice specializes in Maternal Mental Health. I focus on the emotional well-being of women and mothers as they navigate through womanhood and motherhood. My approach is to work holistically to improve the emotional health of women as they navigate stages ranging from infertility, pre-conception, miscarriage through the postpartum period and beyond. The postpartum period is often very hard there are many adjustments taking place at the same time. You don't have to suffer alone. I can help! call me for a Free 15 min consultation and we can discuss what we can do together to help you feel the way you want to feel.

Carmen Aceves-Iñiguez, LMFTVerified

Carmen Aceves-Iniguez, LMFT

Oakland, CA, 94611 Hablo Español

Bienvenid@s y gracias por su interes. Women, people of color, and the queer & trans community are the focus of my practice. I work with a variety of issues ranging from depression, anxiety and panic attacks, to gender, sexual identity, self-identify, and the immigrant experience, including biculturalism, first-generation and mixed-status families. With over 25 years of experience working for social justice as an organizer, facilitator, and convener with diverse communities of color, in my practice I provide a unique perspective on the intersections of oppression - gender, race, class, sexuality - and the impact oppression has on mental health. I provide psychotherapy in both Spanish and English. I work best with people who are interested in cultivating a greater self-awareness and have a strong desire to take ownership of their lives. My approach is primarily psychodynamic, meaning that in our work together we explore how past experiences shape who we are and how we be in the world today.

Claudette Mestayer, LCSWVerified

Private Practice of Claudette Mestayer, LCSW

Oakland , CA Hablo Español

I’m a firm believer in the healing power of therapy. As a clinical social worker, my goals are to provide empathetic care, to meet you where you are in your life journey, and to support you in accomplishing your goals and moving forward. I approach my work with humor, curiosity and compassion, and view the therapeutic process as a collaboration. As we’re getting to know each other, we’ll chat about what motivates you, your values and goals. We’ll also explore the context of the people and experiences that shape who you are. My work draws on a variety of tools – such as mindfulness and cognitive behavioral therapy – that will help you gain the skills, insight and support needed to move forward in your life. Don't worry if you have never been to therapy and this is new to you! I really enjoy working with newbies and will guide you in this process. Although I work with a wide range of issues and concerns, I have a special interest in working with women who are struggling with substance abuse or are healing from trauma. Many of my clients are immigrants, and I am particularly interested in working with women from marginalized or underserved groups. As a professional woman of color myself, I am deeply committed to disrupting intergenerational trauma and the systems of oppression that impact our day-to-day lives. I offer therapy in English and Spanish according to your preference. I feel incredibly honored to do this work and look forward to partnering with you in your journey towards healing and empowerment.

Christine Rivera, PsyDVerified

Real Connections Institute

Monrovia, CA Online Sessions Hablo Español

Amy Reyes Tam, LCSWVerified

upland, CA

Hola Mi Gente! Estoy muy emocionada para tenir este oportunidad de participar en este grupo para apoyar nuestra comunidad. I am a Chinese Ecuadorian, Second generation American, first generation college student/ professional, Queer, gender non conforming parent of 3 whom seeks to provide services to those who are aware of historical oppressions and seek to gain more healing in their lives through a restorative justice lens. I especially seek to support those who identify as activist to reinforce more hope and resiliency in their lives. So many of us experience compassion fatigue and I want to help keep us motivated, passionate, rejuvenated and healthy in our endeavors to live a balanced life. I believe in community care and hope to practice in a manner that honors our ancestors, indigenous roots and pushes us forward to living in a more just manner with ourselves, those around us and Pachamama. Much of my experience has been in working with youth and their families to address generational cycles of abuse which include domestic violence, drug abuse and sexual assault. I hope each person can realize that their own healing is linked to others healing and as they heal so then do others. If anything I shared aligns with your spirit or soul please reach out and give me a call so we can get to know one another and determine if we are a good match to facilitate more healing in one another's lives. Be well and filled with peace and joy.

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Join us on May 18th, 2019 for a groundbreaking live podcast event in the form of a mental health panel and party discussing cultural sensitivity and taboo topics from our cultural upbringings. We will have wellness activities in our beautiful space in Los Angeles for this event to celebrate our 1 year birthday, and your host’s 29th birthday!

Our panel will consist of three mental health speakers from the Latinx Therapy network. Food & refreshments are included in your ticket.

Following the panel, we will have cake, live music, dancing, and Twisted for Sugar as dessert! 2 Destigmatizing T-Shirts will be raffled!

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Latinx Therapy directory members share why they are breaking the stigma in their culture!

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.