Zoe Olivo, MA, LPC-Associate Supervised by Guillermo Castañeda, LPC-S

Hi there!

Are you experiencing difficulty with managing your emotions? Are you encountering issues with relationships in your life? Does life feel overwhelming? Is it hard to get out of bed each day? Do you want to move your marriage onto a healthier foundation? 

Zoe Olivo isLicensed Professional Counselor – Associate Supervised by Guillermo Castañeda, LPC-S and can help you with any of these issues and more. Currently, Zoe works at Counseling of El Paso, where she serves adults, adolescents, and couples. Zoe’s experience in research and school has reinforced her desire to help others with their mental health through counseling. She graduated with a Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from NMSU’s Counseling and Educational Psychology program, CACREP Accredited, in May 2021.

She has received training in various modalities including: Motivational Interviewing, Distance Therapy, and Gottman Level 2 Method. Zoe is passionate about facilitating growth in self and establishing healthier, stronger relationships with one another. When working with adults and adolescents, Zoe utilizes a personalized, person-centered approach, which allows the client to direct the counseling in a safe, and nonjudgmental space. Zoe utilizes unconditional positive regardempathy, and genuineness in order to foster a supportive environment for counseling to occur.

The goal is to feel comfortable and accepted, which leads to peace and understanding. When working with couples, Zoe uses a personalized, Gottman Method Couples Therapy approach, which involves the collaboration of both partners with the therapist acting as a guide. The goal is to improve the friendship, manage conflict effectively, and create shared meaning within the couple.

Zoe believes that if one feels accepted and understood, we can increase our self-worth and improve the relationships in our lives, leading to joy and satisfaction. It is a time-consuming, overwhelming process, but it is not a journey you need to take on your own. Zoe can help guide you on this journey. If this is something you are open to, please call (915) 209-1234.

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