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  • Carla Pinto

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    M.A., Licensed Professional Counselor-Adult Therapist

    Email: [email protected]

    Carla’s Fee $135 per session 50-55 minutes. See rates 

    I treat clients looking for relief from daily stressors, need support through life transitions, are working through a traumatic experience, or more need of intensive therapy . To assist clients with complex emotional and mental health issues, I use an individualized process to create change and growth in their life. My approach is tailored for each person’s specific and unique needs. I believe in integrating traditional psychotherapy techniques with practices like meditation, body awareness, mindfulness, and breath-work. I will guide you in unlocking your inner healing abilities to find peace and happiness. We will share a safe environment and connect to the mind, body, and soul to bring growth to yourself and relationships.

    Professional Background

    • Bilingual in English and Spanish
    • Master’s of Arts in Professional Counseling Amberton University 2014
    • Master’s of Arts in School Counseling Amberton University 2011
    • Bachelor’s of Science in Spanish, Minor in Education Salisbury University 2006
    • Elementary School Counselor 2011-22
    • Elementary, Middle and High School Teacher 2006-11

    Carla specializes in treating adults. She is experienced in various treatment modalities and settings. She uses several treatment approaches including:

    • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
    • Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
    • Existential Therapy
    • Holistic Therapy
    • Mindfulness Practices
    • Psychoanalytic Therapy
    • Supportive Therapy
    • Somatic Therapy

    More about Carla

    Her area of specialty is combining traditional talk therapy with mindfulness practices, including meditation and breath-work. She highlights the importance of the mind-body connection, helping clients feel more attuned to sensations and grounding in the body.

    It is Carla’s belief that to the degree that we value and accept ourselves, it is to the degree that we will value and accept others.  This is foundational to all of our relationships. 




    Divorce and Separation

    Domestic Violence

    Existential crisis and challenges

    Family issues

    Life Transitions

    Loss, grief, and bereavement

    Mind-Body Alignment


    Post-partum Depression

    Pregnancy, perinatal and postpartum mental health

    Relationship issues

    Sexual harassment and assault

    Stress management