Each of us has had an experience that leads us to question ourselves: Who we are? What we are doing? What are our life goals? In therapy, we can explore certain challenges of life that may cause anxiety, depression, stress, or any other difficult feeling. I strongly believe that relationships and experiences shape who we are. In therapy, part of the healing process is gaining insight and awareness of how experiences affect us in the here and now. Therapy will help you learn your triggers and learn healthy coping skills to get through difficult times in a safe, non-judgmental environment. Together we can create goals for therapy and begin your journey to a healthier you.
I am a bilingual Spanish-speaking therapist. I have over 6 years of experience in working with children, families, and adults. Although I provide therapy to all age groups, I have extensive experience in working with the little ones (0-5 years old) in helping them overcome behavior problems, anxiety, traumas, etc. I use a dyadic approach when working with the young ones, which means a parent or caregiver is also involved in the therapy. Parents/caregivers play a key role in therapy for children as their parenting styles and expectations of their children are reflective of their past experiences as well. I work closely with the parents/caregivers in teaching them about the child’s needs and how to best get those needs met in order to create optimal emotional development, which in turn sets the foundation for healthy relationships.
I graduated in 2011 with a Master’s of Science in Marriage and Family, Child Therapy from the University of Phoenix. I received my Marriage and Family Therapy License from the Board of Behavioral Sciences in 2015. I am also a member of the California Associate of Marriage and Family Therapists.
Celia Orozco, LMFT
482 N. Rosemead Blvd. Ste 102