MA, EdM, LCMHC
Julie is a psychotherapist, consultant, and mental health advocate based in Raleigh, North Carolina. She has two master's degrees from Columbia University in Psychological Counseling and in Mental Health Counseling with a special concentration in Bilingual Latinx/e Mental Health. Julie provides counseling services in both English and Spanish.
Julie specializes in helping children, teens, and adults gain insight and tools to navigate a variety of life experiences, including anxiety, depression, trauma, OCD, neurodivergence, acculturation, changes and transitions, and identity development. She offers a warm, supportive, and authentic environment for clients to safely explore emotions, behaviors, and life experiences with the goal of alleviating distress and encouraging growth, healing, and self-alignment. Using an integrative, strengths-based approach from acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), psychodynamic therapy, narrative therapy, feminist/womanist therapy, and positive psychology, Julie enjoys collaborating with her clients to provide individualized, client-centered care.
Julie’s work is centered around neurodiversity affirming and LGBTQIA+ affirming approaches. She is passionate about providing safe healing spaces for all identities and intersectionalities, including racial and cultural backgrounds, neurotypes, religions, body sizes, and abilities.