Hi, I’m Annia
I’m so glad you’re here.
I’m a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) who has dedicated her career to working with moms after I experienced my own postpartum depression. I specialize in working with all moms – new moms, pregnant & expecting moms, seasoned moms, working moms, stepmoms, and all who identify as moms.
I’ve been described by my past clients as patient, insightful, kind, caring, and genuine. I am here for you through all life’s challenges. I’m here for the raw moments and the real talk as this is where true healing happens.
My pronouns are she/her. I am a first-generation Mexican-American woman, fluent in Spanish, and am a fellow mom and stepmom.
I am committed to being in this with you, to help you feel seen, heard and understood. I will be there to help you feel comfortable as you share the thoughts you’ve been afraid to say out loud and process the stuck points that are getting in the way of you having the relationships and the life you want.
I understand the pressure that moms face and the guilt we secretly carry around, the feeling of “not being good enough” – we’re either not doing enough at work, not being a good enough mom, not being enough for our partner, all while sacrificing more of ourselves in the process.
As a career woman who spent 10 years climbing the corporate ladder, I’ve felt the same imposter syndrome as I tried to navigate my place at work, all while losing my balance, experiencing burnout, and navigating my own anxiety.
While your journey will be different, I understand the path you’re on and I want you to know I’ve fought my way through this too. I struggled in silence with postpartum depression after the birth of my first child. My own journey of healing led to my passion and clinical expertise in working exclusively with new moms, seasoned moms, and moms-to-be.
My online therapy practice for moms and moms-to-be is based in Southlake, Texas but I serve clients throughout the state of Texas and Florida. Online therapy allows us to be flexible and work around naptimes, doctor’s appointments, and life while still prioritizing you and your mental health. The variety of appointments can vary. Most will choose to meet once a week and scale back to every other week after a certain period of time. Some choose to meet more often or have longer sessions so we can get right to it and focus on deeper themes and healing.