Lorena Villaseñor

I am a bilingual and bicultural therapist from Mexico with a master’s degree in counseling psychology. I believe helping a person heal and reach their full potential is both a blessing and a privilege, thus I offer a healing process filled with compassion, authenticity, warmth, and a non judgmental attitude. With a psychodynamic therapy framework, I provide different therapeutic techniques such as client-centered therapy, gestalt therapy, and cognitive behavioral therapy,…

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Linda Ruvalcaba

Linda Ruvalcaba is a Licensed Professional Counselor, providing psychotherapy to adults in English and Spanish. She works to help people find their inner consent and joy by identifying the change they wish to create in their life and how to make those changes a reality. Through genuine concern and interest in those with whom she works, Linda is able to build a therapeutic working relationship to help people find comfort,…

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Luisa Nagore

Luisa was born and raised in San Salvador El Salvador, she is fluent in Spanish, English, and French (spoken). She lived in France for a year  building cultural awareness and now lives in Tucson, AZ. Luisa completed a Bachelors of Art in psychology and the University of Arizona, a Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at the University of Phoenix, Southern Campus. Luisa is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Certified Clinical…

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Jesus Solorio

Jesus Solorio, Chicano was born and raised in Los Angeles by migrant parents from Michoacán, Mexico. He earned his Masters degree in Counseling Psychology with a concentration in Community Mental Health from the California Institute of Integral Studies in 2012 and is currently A Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. Jesus currently works at La Familia Counseling Service as a Staff Therapist and Program Supervisor. He also offers healing and therapeutic…

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Viviana Vallin

Previous Next Viviana Vallin is a mental health therapist who strives to incorporate holistic, culturally empowered, trauma informed practices in all that she does. As a queer Latinx therapist, she is passionate about making healing accessible for people of color, immigrants, activists and lgbtq+folx. Viviana is committed to, and on the journey of, decolonizing her mental health offerings and creating spaces of healing and celebration for people of color.

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E. Ramón Chaparro

E. Ramón Chaparro (he/him/his) is a 3rd generation Black Boricua with roots in New Jersey and Arkansas who currently resides in Denver. He has a BA in Religious Studies from Washington University in St. Louis, and a MA in Counseling – Multicultural Clinical Mental Health from University of Colorado Denver. Ramón is registered as a Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate (LPCC) and works as a behavioral health provider at Sheridan Health…

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