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Briselda Tejeda, LCSW

My name is Briselda Tejeda, and I am a bilingual English/Spanish Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW). I graduated from California State University, Los Angeles in 2017 obtaining my Masters in Social Work. I have passionately worked in the mental health field since 2017.I have experience working with individuals ages 5-55 years old, families, and disadvantaged communities.I have additional experience working with probation youth, at risk youth, foster care youth and providing services to youth at a group home.I have experienced treating trauma, depression, anxiety, grief/loss and mood disorders.

My goal is to build a positive relationship with my clients to assist them in reaching their therapeutic goals and to assist them in their journey of recovery.
As I always tell my clients, mental health is as important as physical health. "How do we know when we have health issues?" We know when we begin to feel symptoms:for example we know we have the flu, when we have a cold, a headache, sore throat etc. 
Mental health is the same. We know we are suffering from a condition when we begin to exhibit symptoms that cause an impairment to our functioning.Psychotherapy helps us diminish those symptoms. As we begin to look at mental health from a different lens, we can begin our recovery process. When we care for our minds, we begin to notice the difference, a positive difference. My goal is meeting clients where they are at in their journey, adding holistic approaches, cognitive behavioral therapy, trauma-informed cognitive behavioral therapy, and or  motivational interviewing, as appropriate to each clients needs.   






                                                        Horacio Sanchez, LCSW


My name is Horacio Sanchez and I have been in the field of mental health services for over 15 years. I graduated with a double Major (B.A: Sociology and Legal Studies) from University of California, Santa Cruz. I came back to my community and became a Case Manager for a mental health non-profit organization. As a case manager, I observed the need for bilingual therapists, and my passion was to support those in need. Therefore, I decided to go back to school and
obtain my Masters in Social Work with a concentration in Community Mental Health from California State University, Long Beach.
As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker,  my goal is to support my clients in reaching their goals. As a
society, we need to be aware that our mental health is as critical as our physical health for our
overall well-being. My goal as a therapist is to guide my clients for a positive psyche fitness.








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