Yvonne Moghadam, LMHC/LSAA
- MS in Professional Counseling, Grand Canyon University
- BS in Foreign Languages and Family & Child Studies
Yvonne sees teens, 14+ thru Adults (no age limit) and is bilingual: Spanish and English. Her specialities include: Trauma-Informed Care; Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Treatment; and substance use disorder treatment. She is trained in CBT, DBT, Grief and Loss, Postpartum Depression, Trauma specializations, Motivational Interviewing; CRA/CRAFT, substance use disorders, solution focused therapy, chronic pain, and Written Exposure Therapy Training for trauma.
When asked what makes her want to show up to work each day, she tells us that she truly enjoys helping people find peace and hope in a world that can be so heavy and painful. She believes that every person has the opportunity to heal from their past and current struggles. The best part of her job is to make someone’s day a little brighter knowing that someone is willing to listen and care for the space they hold. Yvonne’s objective and goal is to provide a safe and welcoming environment for any person needing care in their mental health. She desires to provide all services bilingually in Spanish and English in hopes to help bridge the language barriers that may otherwise be barriers themselves. The things that spark joy outside of work are her faith, beliefs, and family; she absolutely loves and adores her family! A fun fact about Yvonne is that she considers herself an old soul…and a happy tree-huggin’ vegan!