Stephanie Campuzano, LMHCA, SUDPT
Hello! I am a first generation Latinx therapist, born and raised in Southern California. I moved to the PNW in 2016 to complete my MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Seattle University. Over the past years, I have worked with a wide range of individuals struggling to manage mild to severe mental health symptoms such as anxiety, depression, trauma, suicidality, self esteem, and issues related to family and relationships. I have also worked with individuals struggling with addictions and recovery, along with their loved ones. Through time spent with each individual, I’ve recognized the importance of compassion, support, and advocacy towards anyone who is struggling to navigate life during their most vulnerable states.
My style of therapy will help you increase emotional awareness and find meaning to your thoughts and feelings so you can feel more confident with your life’s journey. I commit to providing you with a collaborative, empowering, and unique style of therapy to fit your presenting needs and concerns. This style involves me helping you learn about yourself in ways we were never taught in schools, through society, and sometimes within our own homes.
I emphasize the importance of genuine connection and believe the first steps of healing is by telling your truth and feeling supported. As a first generation Latina, I invite discussions of inclusivity, oppression, and social justice because I, too, understand what it means to feel different and not included. My space is meant to help you feel safe, heard, and in some ways, a student of yourself. So I invite you to reach out and see if we would be a good fit to get you on the path to healing.