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  • Carrie Galindo, M.SW. Licensed Masters of Social Work Supervised by Tamera Linseisen, ACSW, LCSW-S

    Life can be overwhelming, I know this. Sometimes it can feel like it’s all too much. Too much pressure, too much pain, too much loss, too many expectations to live up to, too many people to please, and too many unknowns. I promise you’re not the only one feeling this way. It’s part of being human, and your feelings are valid. All of them.
    So what if I told you that it’s possible to feel all of your emotions, to integrate all of your shadows, and become a stronger person because of it. I’ve endured more pain than I’d like to admit, but I know from my own personal experience that healing is possible. Sometimes our darkest days are the ones that grow us the most, they can change us and stretch us more than we can imagine. If we allow ourselves the time and grace to process and heal, we can become more in-touch and in-tune with ourselves and with others.
    Together, we can begin to explore a shift in perspective. Using breathing techniques and other simple movements, we can begin to slow down the mind and plant seeds of hope. Through music, art, and story telling we will begin the transformation process. Together we will harness your resilience and tap into your inner wisdom. We will create a calm baseline from which you can begin to let go of pain and fear. We will strengthen your mind/body connection and create more space for peace, forgiveness, trust, and most importantly self-love.
    I want you to know that you have a well of resources within you. Your sensitivity is a gift, your story is sacred, and I would be honored to walk alongside and start this inner journey with you. You are capable and you are worthy.

    “Beyond a wholesome discipline, be gentle with yourself. You are a child of the universe, no less than the trees and the stars; you have a right to be here.” – Max Eherman, 1927.

    Master of Science in Social Work at the University of Texas at Austin
    Year Graduated: 2008

    Kids, Adolescents, Teens, Adults
    Depression, Grief, Trauma, Anxiety, Self-Esteem, Coping Skills

    About me:
    I love all animals, a beautiful sky, singing in my car, dancing to my own beat, my four furry pets and spending time with my wonderful son(shine).

    Types of therapy:
    Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
    Dance Therapy
    Heart Coherence
    Mindfulness-Based (MBCT)
    Narrative Therapy
    Person Centered
    Play Therapy
    Polyvagal Theory
    Positive Psychology
    Solution Focused Brief (SFBT)
    Strengths Based