Elisa Martinez, LMFT
My journey into the world of psychotherapy began as I was emerging from my own struggle with depression, anxiety and trauma. After much of my own therapeutic work, I pursued a Master's degree (Holistic Counseling Psychology, John F. Kennedy University to continue my path of self-discovery and learn how to support others in their psychological growth and healing. I have a strong interest in helping people heal their anxiety, trauma, negative thinking, self-doubt and unresolved grief.
Our struggles can be as unique and complex as we are, and it is important for me to meet my clients right where they're at with non-judgment, compassion and open-minded understanding. Therapy is a collaborative process, and it is a privilege for me to accompany people on their path as they explore their
inner selves and discover their innate strengths and wisdom.
As an animal lover and advocate, I volunteer locally with a nonprofit animal rescue organization. I also find great satisfaction in supporting veterinary professionals and animal rescue and shelter workers/volunteers with the stresses and psychological impact of their work.