Dr. Sophia Aguirre, Ph.D., CGP, FAGPA

Dr. Sophia Aguirre, Ph.D., CGP, FAGPA Dr. Sophia Aguirre, Ph.D., CGP, FAGPA
Systemic Specialties: Anxiety, Mood Disorder, Racial Trauma, Relationship Issues, Stress
Mental Health Specialties: Depressive Disorders, Mood Disorders, Racial Trauma, Trauma- and Stressor-Related Disorders
Sexuality Speciality: Asexual, Bisexual, Gay, Nonbinary, Pansexual, Queer, Transgender
Modality: Groups, Individuals
Types of Therapy: Anti-Racist, Existential, Feminist, Interpersonal, Multicultural
Age Specialty: Adults
Communities: Open Relationships Non-Monogamy, Queer Allied, Racial Justice Allied, Transgender Allied
Cost per Session: 150-$200, Sliding Scale
Payments Accepted: American Express, Health Savings Account, Mastercard, Visa
Qualifications:: Licensed Psychologist in practice over 15+ years. Ph.D. in Counseling from Auburn University in 2008.
Ethnicity Counselor Identifies As: Chicana, Latina, Latinx, Mestiza
Other Mental Health Related Services: Psychological Assessments & Diagnosis

I am the founder of the Aguirre Center for Inclusive Psychotherapy, a private group practice focused on providing culturally-responsive psychotherapy services. In my clinical practice, provide culturally-sensitive, insight-oriented psychotherapy to individuals, couples, and groups.
I am a Chicana born to immigrant parents from Mexico. I am a native Spanish-speaker and have extensive experience providing therapy bilingually in Spanish and English. My practice is LGBT-affirming, Sex-Positive, Trauma-Informed, and Poly-Aware and Kink-Knowledgeable.
I am deeply passionate about issues of social justice and helping all of my clients understand their complex, dynamic identities to foster healing and empowerment. Our society operates under a white supremacist system. This historical system of oppression impacts all of us regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, ability, body size, etc. In my work, I utilize an intersectional, culturally-informed approach to understand dynamics of power, privilege, and oppression that have shaped my clients identities and lived experiences. For BIPOC & Latinx folks, an important part of our work is healing the wounds from racial trauma (microaggressions, racism, violence, stereotypes, poverty, and discrimination). Furthermore, I honor the cultural practices, traditions, and creativity that have enabled Latinx and indigenous communities to overcome oppression and build resilience.

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