Los Angeles Team
I am a bilingual (Spanish/English) speaking therapist. I am an alumni from Mount St. Mary's University. I have a Master's Degree in Counseling Psychology, with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapist. I have experience in community mental health with high risk populations and in Educational Related Mental Health in the school setting.
I am trained in Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Managing & Adapting Practices (MAP), Family Functional Therapy (FFT), Assessment and Diagnosis of Children 0-5 (ICARE), and trained in using Sand Tray Therapy.
My approach is integrative. I pull interventions from various models to find your own, unique treatment plan to suit your needs. Working in collaboration to set realistic goals and expectations. To work in partnership with you and achieve your highest potential.
Supervised by: Lourdes Estrada, LMFT #93409
Mariah Oca is an Associate Clinical Social Worker and uses she/her pronouns. Mariah completed her Masters in Social Work at California State University, Los Angeles and is bilingual in English and Tagalog (Filipino). Mariah has experience working with children and adolescents in foster care, adults, blended families, as well as foster and adoptive parents. Mariah has worked with individuals and families that struggle with trauma, loss and grief, anxiety and depression, and other life stressors and transitions. Mariah will work alongside and collaborate with you to develop your treatment plan to meet your goals based on your strengths and needs. Mariah’s approach to therapy is person-centered, CBT, mindfulness, and has been trained in understanding attachment among families.
Mariah understands the struggles of im/migrant and Asian American family dynamics, the importance of honoring cultural values, and the journey towards embracing one’s identity. Just as we are encouraged by our loved ones to take care of our physical health, Mariah believes that it has been time for us to pay just as close attention and care to our mental health. Mariah is gender-affirming, LGBTQ+ affirming, and welcomes learning about different identities and experiences.