Daniel Juarez, Trainee (He/Him)
No person is an island, which is why everything that you are is welcome here.
Whether it’s shame, grief, or helplessness, I believe therapy should be a supportive space where we collaborate to address the difficulties you’re having. Knowing full well the stress that these factors can cause a person, I offer the patience and presence to work with you. To that end, I have spent the last two years at Pepperdine University’s Graduate School of Education and Psychology. During that time, I have worked in both one-on-one and group settings.
My training has provided me with the opportunity to work with a wide range of people at various stages of life, from neurodivergent youth to homeless adults to those dealing with substance abuse. In addition to this, I hold a broad awareness towards the LGBTQIA+ community and multicultural individuals. My parents are immigrants, and I have witnessed first-hand the many issues that surround communities of color. As such, I would be more than happy to work with those who are first-generation citizens or who come from a culturally diverse household.
The challenges that so many experience day in and day out stretch beyond the infinite, which is why we owe it to ourselves to reach out and ask for help whenever we can.
Thank you for taking the time to look at my page, and I look forward to working with you soon!
Daniel Juarez is supervised by Stephen Polin, LMFT #7861
Areas of Focus
Education & Training