Tania Lozano, M.S, BSN
Do you often feel weighed down by your emotions? Are you experiencing a difficult season in your life? Together, we will work on strategies that allow you to address the root causes of your difficulties and build a meaningful therapeutic relationship. My style of counseling focuses on Strength-Based approach complementing Trauma-Informed Therapy because it is sensitive, respectful, and supportive. These therapy approaches are built on the alliance between client and counselor, we will work towards recognizing pain, open opportunities to uncover underlying conflicts, bring hope, build resilience, and empower you to uphold a “Yes, You Can!” (Si Se Puede) mentality. I am a firm believer that “If you don’t like something, change it. If you can’t change it, change your attitude.” (Maya Angelou).
I enjoy working with clients of all backgrounds and identities. I am bilingual, fluent in Spanish, my native language. My clients include adults (18+) experiencing stress, anxiety, depression, grief/bereavement, anger issues, and trauma.
I believe life has many challenges and living in times of uncertainty can be difficult to thrive. My mission is to provide you with a safe, comfortable, non-judgmental environment and help you navigate through the aspects of your life where you feel challenged and struggle. As we build our therapeutic relationship, we can work towards identifying thoughts and behaviors that are keeping you from feeling and doing your best.
I am a counseling resident under the supervision of Brooke Buck, LPC (License # 070115417). I obtained my Bachelor's in Nursing from Point Loma Nazarene University in 2006. In 2022, I received my Master's in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Walden University.
Therapy can help if you have the willingness to embark on this journey and commit to working towards personal growth, and change to improve your life, live happier, and healthier. It will be my great honor to be with you on your path to experience change and healing because You Can.