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Vasyl Ghanimian, LCSW, SEPVerified

VG Trinity Health

Montebello, CA

Delving deeply into the complex experience of life, which may include trauma, with honesty and openness can feel frightening and exhilarating, and having a secure and compassionate bond with another is a helpful, if not vital, step forward in that journey. With experience of being on both sides, the client and the therapist, I have learned what a healthy bond can feel like and how to be fully present with another. My role as your therapist is being present for your journey. That may be of healing from the effects of trauma and shedding away that which no longer fits, such as people, places, situations and habits. It may be of settling into the here and now, as it is. It may also be a path of gentle curiosity and wonderment. I have earned the professional title of Somatic Experiencing Practitioner (SEP), and I prefer to integrate this work into treatment. You may learn more about Somatic Experiencing by reviewing information located at I have extensive experience completing immigration evaluations (e.g., I-601, VAWA, U-Visa, Asylum). I have also testified in immigration and criminal court.

Anais Moreno, LCPCVerified

Moreno Counseling

Chicago, IL Hablo Español

Collaborative therapy that empowers you to approach every challenge as an opportunity for positive change.

Jasmine Cepeda, LCSWVerified

Better Now Therapy

Brooklyn, New York Online Sessions

¡Hola, mi gente! We all need someone to empower, validate, and actively listen to us in an empathic way, which is what I thrive to do. I help in navigating life transitions, and/or processing emotions, thoughts, and experiences that cause distress, ambivalence, or uncertainty, or bring up unexpected emotions, such as anger, shame, guilt, fear, sadness, loneliness, and even joy! My practice is eclectic, and I use mostly a humanistic and psychodynamic approach--delving into your past and exploring how it affects you today in a non-judgmental and understanding way. I also do a group every Thursday for folks who need helping coping with their Latina Mom and her Difficulties. I wrote a book, available on Amazon: "12 Ways to Cope With Your Latina Mom & Her Difficulties: A Guided Journal" that has come from my experience facilitating these groups! Couples: Relationships can be very difficult when partners act in hurtful ways towards each other. My focus is to help each person understand their partner's emotional/internal happenings, as well as their own, in order to understand why the negative interaction cycle exists, and ways to heal. I practice Emotionally Focused Therapy and Discernment Counseling.

William Israel Santana LMHC, CCTPVerified

Blue Line Mental Health Counseling P.C.

New City, NY Online Sessions Hablo Español

Mental health is defined as a person’s condition regarding their psychological and emotional well-being. In other words, we all have it. Unfortunately, the negative stigma surrounding mental health makes it difficult for individuals to seek assistance when impacted by trauma or by everyday life. Mental health isn’t about enduring. It’s about stabilizing, maintaining, and rebuilding daily. I offer you a unique combination of skill, thought, and experience from the perspective of a retired/disabled Police Officer and trauma survivor. I am a bi-lingual LMHC and CCTP of “Nuyorican” decent. I proudly served the City of New York and continued to serve the most vulnerable of victims as a member of a multi-disciplinary team investigating allegations of physical and sexual abuse as a Clinical Forensic Specialist and a trauma focused therapist. Despite my traumatic past, I’ve been able to move forward because of my training, education, experience, and skill; in addition to helping others. Let’s chat!

Gladys Rodriguez, LSWAICVerified

Gladys Rodriguez Therapy Services, PLLC

Seattle, WA Hablo Español

Hi, I'm Gladys I specialize in providing therapy to women to prevent and treat perinatal (time before and after birth, usually during pregnancy and up to one year postpartum) mood and anxiety disorders. While that is my specialty, my services are not limited to perinatal clients. I am passionate about studying trauma and raising awareness about mental health disparities, resources, and support.

Roxanne Moreno, LCSWVerified

Roxanne Moreno, LCSW

Redondo Beach, CA Online Sessions Hablo Español

Hola! Sometimes, the most difficult part of therapy is taking the first step to seek help. With that said, I hope you find comfort knowing that you are already moving towards progress and healing. Maybe something happened in your life that has affected you and despite your efforts, it has been hard to cope, leading to feeling stressed, hopeless, anxious, or depressed. Such overwhelming symptoms and mood instability make it hard to live a balanced and pleasant life. Problems can arise in our physical health, and relationships, work/school begin to suffer. However, you are already taking necessary steps for change and growth! I have 8 years experience working in community mental health; I work with children, teens, and adults. I am trained in various treatment modalities, including CBT, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Trauma-Focused CBT, mindfulness and play therapy. I help people with anxiety, depression, stress, relationship problems, trauma, grief/loss, and life transitions. By seeking therapy, you are taking initiative to empower yourself, make positive changes, and create a more harmonious life. I know you have what it takes to resolve whatever issue you are facing, and with support, you will find the solutions that you have been searching for all along. Let’s go through this journey together! Call me for a free 15min consult!

Minerva Guerrero, Ph.D., LMHCVerified

Mind Matters Mental Health Counseling

Scarsdale, NY Online Sessions Hablo Español

Hola! I'm a Licensed Mental Health Counselor located in Westchester. I'm a proud Dominican Latinx and offer services in both Spanish and English. I am on a mission to destigmatize mental health treatment and I'm so happy to work with men and women that prioritize their self-healing and wellness. I help teens, young adults, and adults like you heal from trauma, anxiety, and self-doubt so that you can enjoy a life filled with meaning & authentic connections with others. People who reach out to me struggle with anxiety, low self-esteem, and/or history of abuse and/or neglect, or wish to improve the quality of their closest relationships. In working together, I strive to discover your strengths in efforts to instill hope, inspire change, and best support you to meet your goals. I am trained in evidence-based practices, including CBT which is focused on changing negative thought patterns leading to painful emotions & EMDR which helps people process and heal from past stressful life experiences. Trusting someone with our most vulnerable self can be difficult and I recognize the courage it takes to ask for help and fully accept all the parts of our lives, even the messy ones. Call for your free consultation today so you can get a sense of what our work together will look like. Together, we can create meaningful change in your life!

Elaina Hernandez, LCSWVerified

Elaina Hernandez, LCSW, PLLC

Cary, NC Hablo Español

A therapeutic relationship requires honesty and trust at its foundation. My goal, in this relationship, is to provide guidance highlighting your strengths that will help you throughout your journey. You are the key to success and motivation within to reach your goals both in a session and outside of the process. I welcome feedback so that you are an integral part during this therapeutic relationship. I understand that the person who knows you best - is you. While we work together towards your goals I will work with you in a sincere, practical and non-judgmental manner. I specialize in working with teenagers, young adults and adults with symptoms of depression, going through challenges with life transitions, stress management, individuals in the helping professions and those who would like support in coping with family members and parents with mental health conditions. Una relación terapéutica requiere honestidad y confianza en su Fundación. Mi objetivo, en esta relación, es proporcionar orientación que destaque sus fortalezas que lo ayudarán a lo largo de su progreso. Usted es la clave del éxito y la motivación para alcanzar sus objetivos tanto en la sesión como fuera de la sesión. Agradezco sus comentarios para que sea una parte integral durante esta relación terapéutica. Entiendo que la persona que mejor te conoce eres tú. Mientras trabajamos juntos para alcanzar sus objetivos, trabajaré con usted de manera sincera, práctica y sin prejuicios. Utilizo un enfoque integrador utilizando CBT, DBT, técnicas de atención plena y / o técnicas basadas en fortalezas. Me especializo en trabajar con adolescentes y adultos con síntomas de depresión, ansiedad, atravesando desafíos con las transiciones de la vida, desafíos con la autoestima, dificultades para manejar el estrés, dificultades en las relaciones, individuos en las profesiones de ayuda y aquellos que desean apoyo con familiares y padres con problemas de salud mental.

María Cristina Borges, MFT & CoachVerified

María Cristina Borges- Somatic Therapy & Coaching

Oakland, CA Online Sessions Hablo Español

Hola, my name is María Cristina. I’m a Boricua therapist and Coach. Latinx folks, immigrants, people of color, healers, artists, students, activists, and parents tend to seek me for support with stress and trauma and its impact on their relationships, health and life purpose. They want a space where the intersections of their identities are held and their stories honored. I have experience working with the process of acculturation, loss, how oppression shows in the body, anxiety, depression, trauma, creative blocks, sexuality, and parenting. As a somatic therapist, my work is grounded in different mind-body approaches and expressive arts modalities. I'm guided by the understanding that adverse experiences can have lasting impact in our lives and that socio-cultural context and intersecting identities have as much influence as early childhood experiences. Patriarchy, racism, capitalism, and colonialism shape us and are root causes of trauma. I work to bring into awareness all these different lenses and integrate different healing modalities using play, movement, creativity, and insight. I truly believe in the healing power of therapy. At the same time, I want this healing space to be grounded in justice. It is my commitment to break the barriers often created between these two and I strive for therapy to be a space where we can address how oppression shapes us and emerge from it with more joy, power, and balance. My passion is to accompany you in the search for more aliveness. I'd love to hear your story and support you in creating a more joyful life. My therapy practice is located in Oakland, California and I offer video session for folks interested that live in other parts of California. If you live outside of California, feel free to reach out and we can talk about my coaching practice.

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As a first timer seeking therapy I was feeling overwhelmed and unsure where to begin. While social media gets a bad rap at times, it definitely helped me through the beginning process of finding my therapist! I knew I wanted a Hispanic/Latina woman therapist, so after coming across Latinx Therapy on Instagram I felt relief and motivation to keep on my search. I slid into the DM of Ms. Adriana Alejandre, founder of Latinx Therapy asking for advice and suggestions on how to find particular therapists in my area. Ms. Alejandre replied with not only compassion but a directory that was the goldmine in which I found my amazing therapist that I have been seeing for over 2 months now! I could not be more grateful for having found Latinx Therapy on Instagram and for Ms. Alejandre providing her directory. If you’re considering therapy and want to feel comfortable with someone in the Hispanic/Latinx community, but have no idea where to start I highly recommend the directory you can find on Latinxtherapy Instagram.


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.