My therapeutic orientation is rooted in psychodynamic therapy, which means we’ll explore the connections between the ways you currently move through the world and the ways you learned how to make sense of the world. I also draw from somatic therapies, helping you bring attention to the way the body stores emotions and experiences and releasing those that no longer serve you. I use an anti-oppressive lens and, following Liberation Health, pay close attention to the way cultural and institutional factors contribute to your health. I believe that therapy is one part of a process toward connection and a sense of belonging with others.

I help clients navigate transitions in life, identity, and relationships. I have worked with clients on issues related to mood and anxiety disorders, complex trauma and PTSD, major life stressors, gender and sexuality, racial identity, immigration, and spirituality. I welcome all clients, including BIPOC, queer, trans, and gender expansive adults.

I have experience working in community mental health and in school settings and, throughout my career, have worked with clients across the lifespan. My style as a therapist is collaborative, strengths-based and trauma-informed.

Lucía Flores, LICSW  (617) 307-4470

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  • Therapist Languages
    Hablo Español
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  • Client Age
    Adults, Young Adults (18-25), Elders (65+)
Session Rates

Self-pay fee: $275 (in-network with BCBS and accept other insurance with out of network benefits as out of network provider)

  • 10 Concord Avenue, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138, United States

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