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Individual Therapy

Therapy Consultation: 

Schedule a complimentary 20 minute phone consultation. Our call will guide us both to gather information to ensure we are a good fit. This journey is uniquely yours, together we step into the areas that need healing.

Therapy Services

Services for: Individual, Families, Groups Focus: Children (6-10) Preteen (11-13) Adolescent (14-19) Young Adult (18-25) Adults

Telehealth:  Therapist and client will meet for session on a live video connection over the internet via computer/phone.  This service is provided based on the clients appropriateness for treatment. All sessions are provided via telehealth.

  • Individual Therapy: 1-on-1 sessions between the client and therapist for approximately 50 minutes. To gain the best outcomes for treatment, sessions are held on a weekly basis, or bi-weekly sessions. There are 2 ways to pay. Per individual session for $125 or a therapy monthly subscription for weekly sessions for $320. The monthly subscription is to provide accessibility to the community in receiving mental health services.
  • Wellness Sessions: Individual wellness life coaching and counseling session available to schedule for 30 minutes for $60, 45 minutes for $80 or 60 minutes for. $120. In the wellness session, I support you through these challenges with through a holistic perspective with counseling, and coaching. This is not a traditional therapy session, and are offered to client who have previously had therapy treatment but are interested in a whole person perspective towards overall mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual wellbeing.

Immigration Evaluation

Comprehensive Psychological Evaluation. Immigration Psychological Evaluations aids families and individuals in the immigration process. A comprehensive, expert evaluation conducted by a License Clinician can be invaluable to an immigration law court case. An immigration psychological evaluation is utilized in the immigration court system to determine eligibility to lawfully remain in the U.S. Working closely with an immigration attorney, we gather all the information necessary to support and justify significant hardship that the client has endured. Each client thoroughly undergoes a biological-psychological-social evaluation where we assess the level of impact on the client’s mental, emotional and social functioning. If applicable a diagnosis and recommendation for further treatment will be determined. An evaluation usually takes 2 hours with the possibilities of follow up sessions and/or consultations as needed. A written report will be provided to the immigration attorney and a copy for you as the client. My expertise is conducting mental health assessments and treatment with children and adults. I’m aware of the barriers, traumas, and impact that undocumented immigrants have to overcome. I am moved to provide this necessary service needed in our community.

My Treatment Approach and Specialties

is strength-based, community-oriented, with a trauma-aware lens and holistic perspective. I integrate modalities that heal and strengthen the mind, body, and spirit. As a wellness practitioner, I understand the challenges we face and want to support you towards a positive wholehearted life. 

Treatment Approach

  • Body-Mind Psychotherapy
  • Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
  • Compassion Focused
  • Culturally Sensitive
  • Experiential Therapy
  • Holistic Health
  • Integrative Health
  • Life and Wellness Coaching
  • Mindfulness and Movement (yoga)
  • Positive Psychology
  • Person Centered
  • Strength Based-Approach
  • Solution Focused
  • Trauma Aware-Focused
  • Whole Person Perspective


  • Burnout
  • Anxiety
  • ADHD
  • Coping Skills
  • First Gen
  • First time in Therapy
  • Immigration-Refugees
  • Latinx Family Systems
  • Meditation
  • Trauma and PTSD
  • Trauma Informed
  • Trauma Informed Yoga
  • Self Care
  • Stress Reduction
  • Wellness


I'm Edith Arias (she/her/ella) a Latinx Salvadorian, First Generation, Daughter of Refugee Immigrant parents, from Southeast Los Angeles, I am bilingual and bicultural. I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, a therapist with ADHD, a yogi, mindfulness student and teacher.

Growing up in Southeast Los Angeles, I understand the importance of communidad, which lead to becoming a social worker, community organizer and activista! I believe in the power of community to make a difference. Which is why I contribute by volunteering with refugee immigrants, and collaborative through community organizing.

I am passionate about creating collective healing by promoting individual well-being. My dedication is to lead communities and guide individuals towards wellness and self care practices. I'm serving as an agent of change to build community with wellness and healing.

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