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"The privilege of a lifetime is to become who you truly are."

- Carl Jung

A New Member of the Team

 

Axis Mundi would like to present Nina Torres-Recto. Nina is a Marriage and Family Therapist Trainee and is supervised weekly by Elysha Martinez, LMFT #93493. The supervisor works with Nina to help develop her clinical skills and to ensure that she is providing quality care to you as the client. Nina is also currently working towards receiving her Master’s in Holistic Counseling Psychology at The John F. Kennedy School of Psychology at National University. 

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What is Holistic Therapy?

 

We live in a time and place which encourages us to be fragmented from ourselves. With so many demands on our time and attention every day, our minds are so often disconnected from our bodies, our spirits, our feelings, and the natural world. Through practices such as meditation, mindfulness, somatic exercises, connection with nature, dream work, and explorations of shadow, these parts of the self can be reintegrated. Holistic therapy informs our way of living as whole and complete beings, fully connected to ourselves, others, and the world around us.

As a training holistic psychotherapist, Nina is dedicated to helping clients deepen personal connections and insights with a commitment to compassionate care, social justice, cultural sensitivity, and inclusive worldviews.

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Telehealth Counseling

 

In compliance with Covid-19 social distancing guidelines, Nina is currently offering individual, couples, and group psychotherapy virtually through a HIPAA-compliant telehealth platform called thera-LINK.

You can learn more about thera-LINK and their online privacy measures by clicking here.

 

Populations of Interest

 

Though Nina is open to working with a broad spectrum of clients, she has a special interest in building therapeutic relationships with people who are working with:

  • Racism and cross-cultural issues

  • Decolonization

  • Asian & Pacific Islander identity/community

  • LGBTQ identity/community

  • Body positivity

  • Earth-based spirituality & soul work

  • Polyamorous relationships

  • Abuse & trauma recovery

  • Self-esteem and empowerment

  • Poverty and low socio-economic status