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Juliana Moran-Larios, MA

Professional Counseling Associate


Through a Person-Centered, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Family Systems Therapy approach, I'll be by your side, offering warm and empathetic support and practical strategies to navigate life's challenges with confidence and resilience. Together, we'll explore your thoughts, emotions, and behaviors, helping you build self-awareness and develop practical skills to overcome challenges while respecting and valuing your individual and cultural identity. Throughout our time together, I will always provide a safe space for open exploration, self-discovery, and healing.

My career has presented me with the opportunity to support individuals navigate challenges such as anxiety, depression, life transitions, intergenerational trauma, and grief. As a patient care coordinator, I've worked closely with diverse adult patients, including those struggling with chronic pain, traumatic brain injuries, and neglect and abuse. During my internship at an Alzheimer's and dementia clinic, I helped patients through life transitions, grief, family conflicts and provided neurological and psychosocial assessments in Spanish and English. I also bring experience in co-facilitating group therapy, family therapy, and providing individual therapy.


Fueled by lived experiences as a First-Generation Mexican American, I am deeply passionate about serving people of color, particularly within Latinx communities. My aim is to help individuals heal from generational wounds, empowering them to identify solutions and develop skills to live authentically and thrive.


"Through a strength-based approach and a supportive and collaborative environment, I am here to empower you to be the best version of yourself. "


As a first-generation, bilingual therapist, I earned my Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Oregon State University and pursued my Master's degree in Clinical Psychology at Pepperdine University's Graduate School of Education and Psychology. I am dual-licensed by the States of Oregon and California as an APCC (Associate Professional Clinical Counselor) and AMFT (Associate Marriage and Family Therapist), allowing me to offer mental health services.

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