Victoria, Luisa and Juan are mental health professionals committed to helping the community of South Florida.
Victoria brings 10 years of experience in the mental health field, including working in psychiatric, case management, and research positions. Her specialty involves working directly with couples and families. She utilizes the Gottman Method, which is backed up by more than 30 years of research on what makes committed long-term relationships work. Victoria always has a listening ear to everyone who comes into her life. She continues to develop herself professionally and personally as a wife, mother, and sister.
Luisa brings her experience with counseling and hypnosis with teens, adults and the elderly community. She is a guardian ad-litem, where she advocates for abused and neglected children. She also has worked with children suffering from different kinds of deficiencies at FIU's Center for Children and Families. Luisa's goal is for the client to heal their deepest sufferings and gain control of their lives.
Juan has over 8 years of experience working in multiple mental health settings. His therapeutic approach is strongly influenced by more than 12 years of dedicated mindfulness practice. He utilizes experiential and somatic approaches in supporting people create possibilities for healing and being emotionally stronger.
Together we bring a wide range of skills that provide support to the mental health needs of the families in our community.
Our mission is to provide teens and their families an experience of mental health treatment that is both effective and empowering. We accomplish this by creating a restorative environment that emphasizes values like compassion, self-awareness, and emotional strength.
Our team has the expertise to provide optimal support and teach evidence-based tools. This approach will help you and your family overcome the obstacles that prevent you from having the family you've always dreamed of.
Some of our experience includes working with matters like:
Depression and Anxiety
Unhealthy coping strategies