About

Pronouns: she/her/hers

 

Jessenia Ramirez is the founder of Capaz Counseling, a clinical supervisor to therapists in training, and a Latina Licensed Mental Health Counselor specializing in Attachment and Trauma Therapy. She serves all folx residing in New York who seek understanding of how their patterns have been shaped and how there is capacity for growth within those patterns. She welcomes all identities, and specializes in supporting Latinx/e, LGBTQIAGNC, and BIPOC professionals, young adults, and new parents.

 

Jessenia has provided therapy to those in hospital, non-profit, and community mental health clinic settings. She’s worked with adults, children, and families throughout the years. Ultimately, her experiences led to her focus on exploring patterns that often appear in anxiety, depression, interpersonal trauma, and identity development all of which informs the relational lens practice that is Capaz Counseling.

 

Jessenia supports the view that wellness is an act of resistance and uses therapy to affirm, empower, and inform. She centers her work on helping folx understand how their parts of self is shaped by their encounters, and how they can ultimately form a different pattern that supports the resilience that already lies within them.

Licenses
  • License
    LMHC
  • License Number
    007688
  • State Issued
    New York
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Identities
  • Therapist Pronouns
    She/Her/Hers
  • Therapist Gender
    Cisgender, Female
  • Migration Background
    Child of Immigrants
Cultural Identities
Practice Details
  • Therapist Languages
    Hablo Español
  • Services For
    Group, Individuals
  • Client Age
    Adolescents / Teenagers (14 to 19), Adults, Young Adults (18-25)
Session Rates

180

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  • April 21, 2024 7:36 am local time

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