About

Hola! I’m la doctora Nancy Rodriguez, originally from Guadalajara, Jalisco Mexico (Tapatía de corazón.) I moved to East Oakland, California with my family at the age of 11, and have resided here ever since. I am a bilingual, bicultural, DACAmented Mexican immigrant woman (pronouns: she/her/ella.) My experiences with moving and navigating the pressures that come with two different cultures have fueled my desire to support others through their healing journey. I founded Healing Corazones Psychotherapy with the intention of providing a safe space for BIPOC individuals to unpack and heal from systemic oppression, intergenerational trauma, and racial trauma. Many of the clients I work with are grappling with internalized and societal messages about who they “should” be in the world. Feeling unseen and misunderstood is very common when you navigate two different cultures, particularly as you also deal with the impact of racism, bigotry and misogyny. When you are placed in the role of caretaker, and the guilt and shame that can arise when trying to take care of your needs can lead to you neglecting them all together. As a bilingual, bicultural, and immigrant therapist, I utilize my deep understanding of navigating two different cultures to help clients cope with cross-cultural conflicts. I strive to help you find meaning, joy, and a sense of belonging through an exploration of what makes you YOU, integrating the multiple identities and values you hold. Together, we will focus on strengthening your resiliency and poder.

Licenses
  • License
    Psychologist (Psy.D.)
  • License Number
    PSY31441
  • State Issued
    California
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Identities
  • Therapist Pronouns
    She/Her/Hers
  • Therapist Gender
    Cisgender
  • Migration Background
    DACA Therapist
Cultural Identities
Practice Details
  • Therapist Languages
    Hablo Español
  • Services For
    Individuals
  • Client Age
    Adults, Young Adults (18-25)
Session Rates

$200-$250

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