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Languages: English, Spanish
Years in Practice: Since 2013
College: Palo Alto University
Graduation Year: 2014
|Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
|Licensed Marriage and Family Therapy
I have provided services for immigrant families, foster youth, and those incarcerated and on probation for over 20 years in various community health programs. I have seen the many ways immigration, legal systems, and migration impacts a family over generations and time. I believe this gives me the advantage of evaluating for unique circumstances and the multiple considerations to take when providing evaluation services.
I am bilingual in English and Spanish and am of Mexican heritage. My parents and family worked the fields of California and I grew up in a Spanish speaking immigrant community.
My goals are to provide a safe space to help ease this step of the immigration process, by keeping you informed so you know what to expect and be updated on the progress along the way.
All appointments are completed remotely via tele-health with weekend and some early morning and evenings available.
NOW OFFERING EXPEDITED EVALUATIONS!
Accepting clients: yes
Offers Online Therapy: yes
Types of Evals:
Asylum, Hardship Waiver, T-Visa, U-Visa, VAWA
Age Ranges Seen:
Adolescents (13-17), Adults
LGBTQAI+, Sex workers, Racial Justice, HIV/AIDS
Payment Types Offered:
Payment in-full, Payment plans
Fees vary based on evaluation type, expedition request, translation needs, and number of individuals being evaluated. Contact me to discuss your evaluation needs and to determine your fee.
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