Nayeli Diaz de Bernt, LCPC

After graduating with my Master’s degree I have been working with children, families, adults and couples in community mental health.  More recently, I have been working with children and families in the of early childhood and children with disabilities.  My passion is multicultural counseling. I work with people who are dealing with issues related to ethnic identity and race, as well as depression, anxiety and trauma, as well as those dealing with difficult and overwhelming emotions, relationships; past and current struggles. I have gone through the 40 hour domestic violence training.

Through therapy my clients learn how to empower themselves and to appreciate and identify their strengths. I see the psychotherapy process as an ongoing and collaborative process between us. During session we will explore and discover healthy coping skills that can will help you to deal and face life’s challenges.  Often this is through talk therapy focused on a client centered, as well as, cognitive behavioral approaches though I am very eclectic in my style and meet clients where they are at.