Josephine Ruiz MA ATR-BC, RP
Population served

Adults, Indigenous, POC, LGBTQ2S, frontline professionals


trauma/PTSD (sexual, physical, emotional, spiritual, intergenerational, secondary traumatic stress); addiction, LGBTQ, BIPOC, identity-related issues

Currently Accepting Referrals
Years in Practice
25 Years
IFS Certified
Graduated IFSCA Skills & Competencies
Session Fee
Sliding Scale
Method of Payment
Email Money Transfer (EMT)
Available for Online work
Video Platform used
Available for Phone work

What can you expect from me?
I will listen to your journey & your pain and make sense of your desires, dreams and priorities. We will come-up with a plan that suits you, and work together through your struggles. We will find a path towards hope, connection & growth that is both safe and confidential. I am mindful, and committed to your holistic and integrated healing.

I bring with me 25+ years of psychology work-related experiences: out-patient, psychiatric, community/school-based facilities, assessment/ behavioral center & family-oriented counselling clinics. My unique education in Counseling Psychology, Art Therapy and intensive training focused on trauma, EMDR, IFS, CBT, DBT, addiction, and culturally-sensitive approaches prepared me to support individuals who struggle with trauma/PTSD, addiction, secondary traumatic stress for frontline professionals, and sexual, gender, and spiritual identity-related dilemmas and ethnic-racial issues.

I utilize therapeutic, neurologically and empirically-based approaches that can help you, not only, to cope but THRIVE.

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