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I believe everyone has the power within to heal. Healing is a dynamic and reachable experience, that with help, everyone can find. I specialize in working with LGBTQIA+, teens, adults, and people with disabilities.
I take a person-centered, strength-based approach to therapy. In addition, I have a strong background in behavior modification. I also have a passion for helping people work through anxiety, stress, and fears by using a mindfulness cognitive behavior approach.
About me: I have a BA of Communicative Disorders from San Diego State University. I have two teaching credentials, multiple subject and moderate to severe education specialist. I have a Master of Psychology and am working on a Master of Social Work from Arizona State University. I have a Doctor of Social Work from the University of Southern California. I am a Board Certified Behavior Specialist. I also have a Diversity and Inclusion Certificate from Cornell University.
I have two adult children and two adorable Boston Terriers. I enjoy traveling and reading. I am an avid Disney fan and am excited about an upcoming Disney Paris visit.
It would be an honor to work with you on your path to healing.
I“Do not feel guilty for prioritizing your emotional well-being. You deserve to flourish in safe spaces.”
It is wonderful to meet you. I am glad that you are here.
My goal is to help clients to build a strong sense of self, and gain insight into their needs as they move through the therapeutic process.
I utilize a range of therapeutic models including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness Techniques, Narrative Therapy, and Solution-Focused Therapy. I strive to use a holistic, person-centered approach in practice. I hope to move through this journey together and find a way to create a safe and collaborative environment with my clients.
I work with teenage and adult clients who are experiencing stress, anxiety, or depression. I hope to offer healing experiences that take into account the whole person, not just the symptoms they are experiencing.
Some more about me; I received my undergraduate degree in Child Development from Appalachian State University in 2018, and I am currently pursuing a Master of Social Work from Arizona State University. When I am not at work, you can find me hiking, walking, spending time in nature, or tending my house full of plants. I value my community and spend lots of time exploring close to home. I am an avid reader, knitter, and value crafting and working with my hands.
Welcome! My name is Julia Curran. My approach to therapy is collaborative and focuses on insight, empowerment, and making meaningful changes in life. I offer support around anxiety, depression, grief and loss, managing chronic illness, navigating life transitions, sexuality and gender, traumatic experiences, improving relationships, and contemporary existential crises. I am particularly interested in mindfulness, attachment, and neurobiological perspectives in therapy. I am bilingual in English and French and offer sessions in both languages.
We are all still emerging from the difficult past several years marked by uncertainty and grief, and we could all benefit from some extra support. My goal is to help you lower your stress threshold, honor pain, find meaning, and build resiliency. I believe integrating emotional work into self-care is an important way to not only care for ourselves, but also for our loved ones and the greater collective. In a world that can feel increasingly isolating and hard, I hope to help you make space for connection and softness.
I came to my role as a therapist after working as an arts educator and artist for many years. These experiences have given me a deep appreciation of the complexity and diversity of the human experience, as well as a belief in the power of vulnerability and connection. I believe we all possess inherent wisdom, creativity, and strengths, and that we need each other to survive.
I am a Master of Social Work Intern at The Center of Resiliency and will complete my MSW degree from Missouri State University in August 2023. I earned my Master of Fine Arts in Printmaking from Texas A&M University in Corpus Christi, TX, and a Bachelor of Arts in Printmaking from Truman State University in Kirksville, MO. My hometown is St. Louis, MO, and I have had opportunities to live in Tennessee, Texas, and France. I am currently based in Los Angeles, CA, where, if I’m not working with clients or students, you can find me spending time with family and friends, creating in my art studio, hiking in nature, or taking dance classes. I look forward to working together!
“Our capacity to destroy one another is matched by our capacity to heal one another.”
- Bessel van der Kolk, The Body Keeps The Score
I believe that we as human beings naturally strive to heal and survive. Like how a wound, uninterrupted, scabs over and becomes new skin, so does the human mind and spirit work to repair itself in the face of trauma. As a therapist, I seek to evoke and clarify desire for change that already exists within us all.
I take a person-centered, trauma-informed approach rooted in empowerment and mindfulness, utilizing Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Problem-Solving Therapy, and Expressive Art Therapy. While able to assist those from all walks of life in their journey of mental health, I specialize in working with adolescents and adults in the LGBTQIA2-S+ community and creative community.
A little about me: I am currently attending the University of Denver to earn my MSW with a concentration in Mental Health and Trauma. I live in the Los Angeles area and am a performing artist who loves all things strange and beautiful. In my free time, I enjoy singing at the local tavern or bird watching.
Life can be difficult and unpredictable. My goal is to provide a positive, safe, and supportive environment to explore the ups, downs, and unpredictable circumstances in life. My goal is to bring healing to people experiencing depression, anxiety, relationship struggles, stress, self-esteem, and life transitions by establishing a meaningful therapeutic relationship.
My passion includes working with teens, adults, couples, and families to eliminate stress, anxiety, depression, worry, fear, and relationship struggles that show up in our everyday lives. I believe that life is not something to walk through alone. My theoretical approaches include strengths-based, cognitive-behavioral, solution-focused, and person-centered.
About me: I received my Bachelor of Science in Middle Grades Education from Georgia Southern University and am currently pursuing my Master of Social Work from the University of Kentucky. I am a clinical MSW intern working towards a clinical certificate in social work practice.
I am a military spouse who enjoys traveling around the United States and exploring all of the beauty found in nature. My hobbies include hiking, paddle boarding, reading, baking, and spending time with my husband and two dogs.
It would be an honor and privilege to walk alongside you and connect with you on your journey to insight and healing.
“You may not control all the events that happen to you, but you can decide not to be reduced by them.” - Maya Angelou
I believe in practicing a holistic approach and treating the whole person when comes to counseling. Our mental health is affected by a combination of physical, psychological, and environmental experiences. Addressing all aspects of a client’s life, allows me to personalize treatment specific to the client’s needs rather than focusing on only treating symptoms of a deeper issue. Ultimately, I work to create a positive, warm, supportive, and constructive environment where clients feel free to say whatever is on their minds without fear of judgment. I strive to create an atmosphere in which clients feel accepted, learned, protected, and understood.
My areas of focus are anxiety, depression, grief & loss, and trauma. I specialize in working with adolescents, teens, and adults of all ages and CBT, DBT, and strengths-based therapy. Currently, I am working toward certification to provide EDMR.
A little bit about my background is I graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Arizona State University. I am now pursuing my Master of Social Work degree from the same university specializing in Health and Behavioral Health. In my free time, I like reading, painting, watching sports, and cooking.
My passion is to help individuals heal from trauma. By creating an open, safe, collaborative, engaging, and supportive environment the process of healing from trauma can begin.
I specialize in working with teens and adults from all walks of life. I work with individuals who have experienced trauma, post-traumatic stress disorder, stress and anxiety, depression, and substance use disorders.
In my work, I utilize an array of therapeutic interventions stemming from evidence-based models such as cognitive behavioral therapy, narrative therapy, mindfulness, and dialectical behavioral therapy, while maintaining a culturally responsive, client-centered approach.
About me: I hold a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology, a Master’s degree in Health Administration, and I am now pursuing a Master’s degree in Social Work. My previous work experience included teaching and mentoring individuals with disabilities.
When I am not working, I enjoy and participate in all things outdoors. I enjoy mountain hiking, biking, running, rock climbing, kayaking, and downhill skiing for sports. I believe that engaging in health and wellness empowers individuals and provides a guiding direction towards skillset development that then facilitates individual recovery and the change process.
I would be glad and honored to welcome you, to assist you on your path toward self-discovery, growth, learning, healing, and recovery.
“The greatest weapon against stress is our ability to choose one thought over another” – William James
It is a pleasure to meet you. My name is Kassandra Jimenez.
I am a bicultural and bilingual, Hispanic, female with a Mexican background. I am more than happy to work with clients of diverse backgrounds that need that support due to language barriers. My goal is to be the support you need alongside your journey in healing and bringing back into light who you truly are. My passion is to work with adolescents and adults who have experienced anxiety, depression, trauma, substance use, and post-traumatic stress. I am aware of how difficult life can be at times, but always remember it is not what happens to you that defines YOU as a person.
Before entering the therapeutic field, I did gain experience working in Applied Behavioral Analysis with children and adolescents on the spectrum. I currently work for the Los Angeles Unified School District where I provide one on one services to youth in the Special Education Department. I received my Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from California State University Northridge, and I am currently working on my Master's in Social Work at Rutgers University.
About me: I enjoy spending time with my 7-year-old, Maltipoo, Mickey, and watching tv shows. Most of my free time goes into bettering myself as an individual and learning more about psychodynamic interventions. I enjoy hiking, viewing nature, listening to music, going to festivals, and tattoos!
It would be a pleasure to welcome you to The Center of Resiliency and support you on your path to healing and rediscovering who you truly are.
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