Psychotherapy #LCSW 29315
Brenda Cervantes is a licensed clinical social worker with over 10 years of experience as a psychotherapist. Her experience includes working with children ages 3 and up, teenagers, and adults, providing individual, family and group therapy. She is a bilingual English/Spanish speaking therapist using various treatment modalities, with a focus on CBT and solution focused treatment.
Her goal is for you to go through a process of mindfulness, insight, and self growth that will allow you to develop coping strategies and apply them to everyday, common life experiences.
Brenda has a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Communication from the University of California Santa Barbara and a Master of Social Work from the University of Denver.
Brenda specialized in childhood trauma, obtaining a certificate in trauma response and recovery. Throughout her career, she has gained experience with children, teenagers and adults, leading social skill builders groups, self-esteem groups for teenagers, and most recently, has been running positive motherhood groups for over 3 years.
Did you recently add a baby to your family? Are you feeling overwhelmed? Are you having a hard time adjusting to the transition?
You are NOT alone! Giving birth can trigger various emotions ranging from joy and excitement to sadness, crying spells, fear, and anxiety. Postpartum depression/anxiety is not a weakness. It is a medical condition that needs to be treated.
Join our positive motherhood support group where you can feel safe and talk about your feelings and everyday challenges. Together, we will discuss physiological symptoms, sleep deprivation, breastfeeding, caring for baby, fulfilling chores in and out of the house, partner relationships, family support, older children, returning to work, etc. You will learn to identify self-care, your needs, and gain coping tools to help you adjust to your NEW normal.
The group will be meeting Saturday mornings at Compassionate Solutions. For more information, please contact Brenda.