Janae utilizes trauma informed, affirming, culturally sensitive, and strength-based approaches and works to create a safe space for individuals to come as they are and top into their best authentic self while removing personal blockages. Janae also provides extended sessions at a pro rata rate.
Janae works with individuals 18+ however Janae has a strong passion in working with young adults, LGBTQIA2s+ folx, Latinx individuals, as well as People of Color.
EMDR is a structured therapy that encourages the patient to briefly focus on the trauma memory while simultaneously experiencing bilateral stimulation (typically eye movements), which is associated with a reduction in the vividness and emotion associated with the trauma memories. Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy is an extensively researched, effective psychotherapy method proven to help people recover from trauma and PTSD symptoms.
Accelerated Resolution Therapy, often referred to as ART, is a form of psychotherapy with roots in existing evidence-based therapies but shown to achieve benefits much more rapidly (usually within 1-5 sessions). he process is very straightforward, using relaxing eye movements and a technique called Voluntary Memory/Image Replacement to change the way in which the negative images are stored in the brain. The treatment is grounded in well-established psychotherapy techniques, and the end result is that traumas and difficult life experiences will no longer trigger strong emotions or physical reactions. Importantly, clients do not even have to talk about their traumas or difficult life experiences with the therapist to achieve recovery.
The Safe and Sound Protocol is an evidence-based therapeutic tool designed to reset the nervous system and return it to safety. Designed to work with other therapeutic approaches and modalities, the SSP features specially filtered music that stimulates the vagus nerve. SSP has demonstrated benefits for individuals with trauma, anxiety, sensory processing differences, and much more.
Janae is an identified Queer Latinx Therapist who saw and experienced first hard the lack of informed providers. Janae has a passion to support queer couples in counseling to reach their personal goals.
Janae utilizes a safe trauma informed person centered compassionate based approaches to couples counseling. Janae also enjoys supporting individuals and couples who have relationships outside of the heteronormative box.
Services are provided virtually throughout the state of California or via concierge services.
Janae provides consultation to other providers and organizations wanting to grow and increase their ability to better serve those who identify as LGBTQIA2s+ and Latinx communities as well as explore ways they can implement more trauma informed care.
Services packages can be tailored and budgeted to the needs of the individual or program. Services can be held virtually or onsite.
Janae Enjoys working with young adults and/or entrepreneurs who identify as LGBTQ+, LATINX, and/or a Person of Color remove blockages to access their full potential.
Services are provided virtually, or concierge/on-site. Traveling is available as needed as well.
These services are self-pay only. They are not billable to insurance. Prices depend on the location and services received.
clients feel more comfortable or require services on site. So I am able to come to you for services!
Furthermore, it is not a matter of if a disruptive event may occur but WHEN so I offer concierge/onsite crisis management support services to individuals, employees, employers, etc after a disruptive event in a workplace.
*Open to traveling as needed
These services are self-pay only…they are not billable to insurance. Prices depend on the location and services received.
Janae provides clinical mentorship and business development support especially to individuals who identify as LGBTQ+, Latinx or a Person of Color.
Janae provides individual, triadic or group consultation/clinical mentorship to developing therapists who are wanting to develop...
Pulling from her own experiences, Janae understands the struggles of knowing where to start when you are wanting to become a private practice providers. So, Janae provides support to therapists looking to start their own private practice. Janae provides
Services can be provided individually or in a group setting. Services can be held virtually or concierge.
Janae engages in speaker events focused on Womxn of care, LGBTQIA2S+ and Latinx care as well as workshops focused on based clinical practices, empowerment and self-care.
One of the biggest challenges individuals face when attempting to access therapy is knowing where to start. If you are considering therapy, either for yourself or someone else, it's important to know there are resources to assist individuals in searching for the correct therapist.
If you plan to utilize your insurance then a good first step would be to access your insurance network. If you are tech savvy, most insurance companies offer online directories. You can also contact your insurance member services number on the back of your insurance ID card and request a list of therapists in your local area. Once you receive a list of providers in your area you can contact the therapist directly and request a consult and/or important.
At times your employer may offer benefits such as an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) which is funded by the company. Employee Assistance Programs can often offer free counseling sessions for every member of the household per issues per year. Employers may offer an internal or external EAP.
Now a days, there are many online directories that you can utilize to search for a therapist and these directories allow you to filter your search. Many mental health associations will have directories that focus on therapist who engaged in specific therapy (i.e. EMDR therapists can be found on EMDRIA.org). Furthermore, you can find more speciality directories that focus on Queer Therapists, Therapists of Color, Women Therapists, LGBTQ+ affirming therapy directories.
Sometimes the best way to find a therapist is by asking someone else. You can ask a family member, friend, colleague, your doctor, etc. Though, this is a good resource for some it may not be for others. So do not get discouraged if the referrals you received are not a good fit.
Schools, local clinics and specialty programs (i.e. DV or victims of abuse groups) will often offer therapeutic services such as individual and/or group services as well as case management services.
If you are seeking therapy for certain concerns such as trauma, PTSD, substance abuse, anxiety, depression, etc. You can reach out to local programs that treat similar issues and request therapist resources as programs always maintain a referral list.
You can simply use google to search for therapists in your area. It's also helpful when you know what kind of therapist you are looking for such as trauma therapist, anxiety therapist, CBT or EMDR therapist. You can also utilize google to search for group practices in your area.
With the Pandemic tele-therapy approaches have become more prevalent. Just like directories you can now locate specialty virtual therapy groups that support LGBTQ+ folx or People Of Color. You can now download therapy apps or utilize online therapy options. Usually insurance companies offer their own telehealth platforms.
Are you ready to get on the path to a healthier you? Request to schedule your consultation today!
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