Leticia Salazar

Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist
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About

Many of us are not aware of how our upbringing and family dynamics are impacting our present life. We inherit more than just the physical appearance from our parents and family members. We inherit our generation's dysfunctional boundaries, poor communication skills, traumas, parenting style, and much more. We are affected not only by the way we think and respond, but by our environment and current family dynamics. Learning how to set healthy boundaries and functional communication skills can be very challenging if done without professional help. Life-stages come with its challenges but they also come with opportunity for growth.

My specialty is Marriage & Family Therapy. Marriage and Family is such a strong component in our lives, that when its stability is threatened by an affair, divorce, family loss, mental illness, parenting issues etc. we may feel lost and in despair. My goal is to help couples, families and individuals build healthier relationships and functional lifestyles.

I know how hard it can be to have hope & strength during moments of distress. Psychotherapy will provide you with a safe place free of judgement and criticism. You'll receive more than strategies and techniques suited to your specific needs. You'll also receive my unconditional positive regard, empathy, compassion and genuine understanding for your pain.

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Tips for making your marriage work​

Remind your partner   (and yourself) that you appreciate them.
 

Marriage & Couples Tips

Calm Lake

Conflict resolution tips

Focus on the problem, not the person. 

When a disagreement turns to personal insults and yelling, the conversation is no longer productive. Be mindful to focus on the problem and avoid blaming your partner. If the conversation becomes too personal, agree to pause it and come back when feeling more in control of your emotions.

 
”Emotional pain is not something that should be hidden away and never spoken about. There is truth in your pain, there is growth in your pain, but only if it’s first brought out into the open.”

Get In Touch

Feel free to contact me via  e-mail at leticiasalazarmft@gmail.com

 

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