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Book 10+ of the best Hispanic / Latinx therapists in Maryland

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Oscar Mejia Cruz

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LCPC
6 years of experience
Open-minded
Warm
Authentic
Virtual
Often, we all go through difficult times. Times of despair, painful circumstances, and distress; Situations that many times affect our peace of mind and our relationships with ourselves and others. Sometimes, we even question the purpose of our lives because we feel like there is no purpose for what we are going through. As a caring clinician, I allow and encouraged my client to create a space for healing, where they feel in control of choosing their own path to freedom and sense of control.

Next available: May 14

Nancy Paz Welsh

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LCSW-C
7 years of experience
Authentic
Empowering
Warm
Virtual
Nancy Paz Welsh is a first-generation American of Salvadorian descent who is a bilingual (English & Spanish) Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Maryland and Virginia. She is a strong advocate and educator in mental health development and insightfulness, while also normalizing the importance of mental health therapy. In her work over the years, she has worked in various settings that have allowed her to provide services to adults, children, adolescents, couples, and families. Nancy has helped clients manage and navigate issues such as: trauma, anger, anxiety, depression, grief, relationships, parenting, life transitions, immigration, and other life stressors.

Next available: May 8

Dr. Carlos J. Carmona-Goyena

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PhD
18 years of experience
Intelligent
Humorous
Solution oriented
Virtual
Welcome! With over 18 years of experience and a Doctorate in Counseling Psychology granted at the Interamerican University of Puerto Rico, I am best positioned to serve individuals and families navigating challenges such as family conflicts, trauma, PTSD, and anxiety. My therapeutic expertise extends across various cultural contexts, having practiced in Puerto Rico and Massachusetts, and currently holding active licenses in Maryland and Virginia.

Next available: Apr 27

Anna Presley Mills

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LCMFT
6 years of experience
Solution oriented
Empowering
Challenging
Virtual
I view my clients holistically, as people are inherently dynamic with many facets that make them up. Just like many of you, I am a daughter, a sister, a friend, a partner, and so much more. Whether it is in my personal or professional life, I have always wanted to help people achieve their best lives and create the most fruitful relationships. I came into this field over 10 years ago and can honestly say I have thoroughly enjoyed working with all of my clients everyday since. I have worked in different areas of mental health some including residential facilities with women struggling with severe eating disorders, private practice with individual, couples, children and families struggling with anxiety, depression and relationship issues, as well as, in a community mental health telehealth start up managing a team of therapists and working with crisis situations. I am born and raised in Miami, Florida and have had the opportunity to work with clients of different cultural backgrounds, ethnicities, sexual orientations, and socioeconomic status. I am now licensed in two states, Florida and Maryland, and hope to expand to more states to widen my reach to clients in need of my services. presleycounseling.com https://instagram.com/presleycounseling

Next available: Apr 29

Nina Romá Agvanian

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LCSW-C
17 years of experience
Virtual
Hello! I’m Nina, a Licensed Clinical Therapist who has been working in trauma intervention for 17+ years. Before becoming a therapist, I worked as a rape crisis counselor, a trauma-healing self-defense instructor, and trauma-informed care consultant for non-profits. I approach therapy using multiple modalities. I believe in the mind-body connection and integrate mindfulness and body-based interventions where needed, including a focus on the physiology of stress and emotions. I use a wholistic approach to therapy, exploring all your identities, ambivalences, and values, and believe that understanding your upbringing and cultures are critical to how you cope and relate to the world and yourself in it. I specialize in working with trauma survivors, and specifically with people from the following communities: adult children of multicultural, biracial, and immigrant families LGBTQIA+ survivors of sexual abuse/assault veterans people seeking sex and intimacy support and exploration (including people practicing kink and non-monogamy).

Next available: May 1

Dr. Sara E Ratliff, DBH, LCSW, C-DBT

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LCSW-C
14 years of experience
Virtual
I earned my Doctoral degree in Behavioral Health from Arizona State University in 2018. I am bilingual Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a Master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Southern California, with an emphasis in children and families. I hold unrestricted clinical licenses in Social Work in the states of Illinois, Arizona, and Maryland (LCSW & LCSW-C). English is my second language

Next available: Apr 27

Dr. Linda Timme, LCSW, LCSW-C, EMDR Certified (English/Spanish)

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LCSW-C
15 years of experience
Open-minded
Authentic
Warm
Virtual
“Fortunate are those who take the first steps.” - Paulo Coelho. My goal is to help others embrace life’s journeys and promote wellness. A great moment in therapy happens when you take steps to become the best version of yourself and feel worthy. My name is Dr. Linda Timme. I am a current Licensed Clinical Social Worker certified by the National Board of Social Work in Maryland, Virginia, and Pennsylvania. I am a Bilingual Clinical Therapist with over 15+ years of experience in mental health and specialize in the treatment of Post-Traumatic Disorder, complex trauma that results from grief and loss, domestic violence, among other traumatic events. Life transitions are difficult and can result in situations such as cultural adjustment, prejudice/discrimination, decreased self-esteem, depression, and anxiety. I base my therapy on a powerful blend of traditional, holistic approaches that are client-centered and evidence-based. These techniques are proven to be effective in treating multiple and co-occurring conditions.

Next available: Apr 29

Maria L Miranda

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LCPC
18 years of experience
Warm
Solution oriented
Authentic
Virtual
Hi There I am Maria Miranda Bilingual Spanish/English Therapist I'm here to help you!!. Seeking therapy can feel scary but you're making the right choice. You deserve a safe space to heal and grow. Whether you're dealing with overwhelm, relationship issues, works issues or cycles of anxiety and depression, PTSD, etc. In our sessions together, I'll meet you with compassion and evidence-based techniques so you can overcome the hang-ups and habits holding you back. Let's work together! Together, we can identify what's not working and get you back to balance. We'll use a whole self approach, addressing the needs of your mind, body and spirit.

Next available: May 3

Samuel Rosales

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LCPC
10 years of experience
Authentic
Warm
Solution oriented
Virtual
I am licensed in Maryland with 10 years of professional work experience. I have experience in helping clients with stress and anxiety, trauma and abuse, coping with grief and loss, & motivation, self-esteem, and confidence. I have worked in various settings from inpatient, to partial hospitalization programs, to intensive outpatient programs to running groups and individual therapy. I believe in treating everyone with respect, sensitivity, and compassion. I will tailor our dialog and treatment plan to meet your unique and specific needs. Taking the first step to seeking a more fulfilling and happier life takes courage. I am here to support you in that process.

Next available: Apr 29

Elizabeth Santiago

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LCPC
11 years of experience
Warm
Empowering
Humorous
Virtual
Hello! My name is Elizabeth and I am a Bilingual, enthusiastic and seasoned licensed therapist since 2012. I have a passion for helping individuals overcome their mental health challenges and lead fulfilling lives. My approach is client-centered, and I believe in creating a safe and non-judgmental space for my clients to explore their thoughts and feelings. I have experience working with a wide range of issues including anxiety, grief, and low self-esteem. I am dedicated to supporting my clients on their journey towards healing and personal growth. My clients come from all walks of life, ranging from young professionals to seasoned executives. My goal is to empower them to reach their full potential and live fulfilling lives. I believe in the transformative power of therapy, and I'm dedicated to making a positive impact on the lives of those I work with. Let's embark on this journey together and achieve greatness!

Next available: May 4

Circe Dunwoody

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LCSW-C
23 years of experience
Warm
Direct
Empowering
Virtual
My name is Circe Dunwoody. I am a license psychotherapist. In my psychotherapy practice I help couples and individuals to overcome life difficulties by using cognitive behavior therapy. Many couples and individuals feel overwhelmed by the desire to balance the high demands from work and family life. They report feelings of emptiness and loss of drive. Some report feeling of depression, anxiety and low self-esteem. Others contemplate divorce as a solution to decrease the pressure they are internalizing. You can contact me for help if you are experiencing some of the feelings I have mentioned above, and you are ready to make changes in your life. l work with couples and individuals in a safe and confidential platform environment. In life we all need support and understanding from others. Sometimes the best solution is to seek professional help. Having emotional support is extremely helpful. Relying on friends or family members is also helpful. However, you may not want to overwhelm them with problems. The most intelligent solution is seeking professional help.

Next available: Apr 26

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