CELYNNA ROMERO, AMFT
We all feel tired, isolated and overwhelmed by life’s challenges sometimes. We may struggle with the idea of reaching out to others for help for fear of judgement or of not being understood. Therapy can provide a nonjudgmental space where you can be free to explore difficult issues and create a healthier and happier future.
Experience and Background:
I earned a Bachelor’s in Psychology from Concordia University Irvine. Prior to my work as a marriage and family therapist, I worked as an applied behavior analyst working with children on the autism spectrum providing treatment in the home and clinic setting. To further my training, I received certification as a Board-Certified Autism Technician which allowed me to help families thrive despite the challenges of autism spectrum related difficulties.
I went on to earn a Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Azusa Pacific University to further my passion for helping those in need. My past work has included experience as a high school counselor for Mater Dei High School and a college counselor for Vanguard University.
In my current practice, I specialize in helping adolescents, adults and families who are struggling with a variety of issues achieve their goals and create positive change in their lives. My past experience as a behavioral therapist for children on the autism
spectrum provided me with an understanding of how a disorder affects not only a child but also the whole family unit. Drawing from this, I am able to help families and individuals who are struggling with issues such as relational conflict, depression, anxiety, ADHD and other learning disorders.
During our sessions, you will feel accepted, supported and encouraged to explore challenging issues and help you define your goals. Together we will explore how your past and the behavior patterns you learned along the way have contributed to the problem. You will draw upon your strengths and the tools you learn in therapy to empower you to take control over your life and improve the relationship you have with yourself and with others. I look forward to connecting with you to determine how I can help you.
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Phone: (424) 262-3650
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