Daniela Rodriguez, MS, LPC-Associate Supervised by Guillermo Castañeda, LPC-S

Working towards bettering one’s mental health is pivotal to achieving a balanced lifestyle, as it affects every aspect of our lives, from our relationships to our productivity and overall well-being.

My name is Daniela Rodriguez, and I am here to help you prioritize your mental health and navigate the ups and downs of life together. 

 

I graduated with a Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling from The University of Texas at El Paso and have worked in different areas of the mental health field. As a mental health counselor, I am passionate about empowering individuals to take control of their mental well-being and live a fulfilling life.

 

I like to use an integrative approach to personalize the therapy experience for each client, as everyone is different and unique. I do, however, utilize Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) as my primary approach, as it has been proven to be highly effective in addressing a range of mental health concerns.

 

Through CBT, I work closely with clients to identify and challenge negative thought patterns, behaviors, and beliefs that may be holding them back from achieving their goals. By developing healthy coping strategies and reframing perspectives, my clients are able to overcome obstacles, build resilience, and cultivate a more positive outlook on life.

 

Ultimately, my goal is to help individuals develop the skills and confidence needed to thrive in all aspects of their lives. I am committed to providing a safe, non-judgmental, and supportive environment for them to do so.

 

I have a heart for people and a passion to see them flourish – lending a helping hand has been a part of who I am for as long as I can remember and being in this field has definitely enhanced it. There is nothing more rewarding than being a part of someone’s journey towards increasing their quality of life! Growth is not linear; with perseverance and openness, we can work together to cultivate a rich and meaningful journey of growth.

If you are interesting in learning more about our services or scheduling an appointment with me, please call our office for more information.

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