At EK Counseling, we believe in the strength that diversity brings to our community. Our doors are open to individuals from all walks of life, and we are dedicated to providing a supportive and inclusive space for everyone.

Whether you’re seeking guidance, support, or a safe place to explore your journey, our team is here for you. We strive to create an environment where everyone feels valued, respected, and understood. Join us on the path to growth, healing, and self-discovery.

EK Counseling is more than a space for therapy; it’s a place where differences are embraced, and connections are formed.  



Pregnancy, prenatal, postpartum, and fertility issues

While parenthood is undeniably beautiful, it often comes with its complexities and moments of isolation.

As a mother, I’ve personally encountered feelings of guilt, anxiety, and the ongoing process of self-discovery. Now, as a therapist, my aim is to provide support to parents and those aspiring to become parents.

I am dedicated to assisting mothers facing postpartum depression and anxiety, individuals grappling with fertility issues, teen parents, and anyone else seeking a safe space to navigate the diverse challenges that arise throughout all stages of parenthood.

Diabetes and other chronic health conditions

Having served as a medical social worker in a pediatric hospital over the past few years, I’ve gained valuable insights into a diverse range of medical conditions and their impact not just on the individuals diagnosed but also on their families.

Throughout the majority of my time, my focus has been on providing specialized support to children and youth dealing with both type 1 and type 2 diabetes. I’ve assisted those navigating the challenges of a recent diagnosis and supporting families in adapting to their new normal.

Additionally, I’ve offered support to individuals who have lived with diabetes for an extended period, helping them cope with burnout symptoms and providing guidance on long-term management.

Supporting Spanish-speaking BIPOC communities

Being first-generation meant that I had to learn how to navigate various spaces where I often found myself being one of the few women of color present.

Even as I established my private practice, imposter syndrome crept in, causing self-doubt despite my extensive experience.

As a therapist, my objective is to dismantle these barriers and establish a secure environment where the Latinx and other marginalized communities can openly address their struggles, heal, and flourish together.

Military Families

Deployment, frequent relocations, the shift from military to civilian life, feelings of isolation, trauma, and challenges related to parenting and relationships are among the prevalent issues faced by military families.

During my experience working on a military base overseas, I had the opportunity to connect with children and their families, gaining firsthand insight into the difficulties outlined earlier.

My aim is to offer meaningful support to this community by understanding the unique aspects of military culture.

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Toddler listening to her mother's pregnant tummy


A free 15-minute consultation is available to ensure that we are a good fit for each other and/or to answer any questions you may have about our services.