📋 Pre-Licensed Professional   📍Phoenix, AZ   💬 English   🌐 Online  📧 [email protected]

Juliana is a neurodiverse, Indigiqueer person in the final year of a Master’s in mental health counseling program. In prior vocational incarnations, she has also been a journalist, harm reduction educator, massage therapist, overdose prevention trainer, crisis interventionist, event manager, and sex worker. Activism has long been part of Juliana’s community-building and healing engagement, informed by their own lived experiences with multiple marginalized identities. As a recovering anthropologist, she incorporates decolonial principles and culture-centeredness into counseling, rather than a universalist Western approach that expects people to adapt to harmful systems like capitalism, racism, and heteronormativity. In their limited free time, they enjoy camping, music festivals, traveling, and tending to their livestock (2 cats and a puppy). She believes that understanding and disrupting cycles of intergenerational trauma is foundational to holistic healing.



🛋️ Not yet practicing

🎓 Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology

My Practice At A Glance


🗒️ Modalities: Cognitive Behavioral (CBT), Integrative, Solution Focused Brief (SFBT)

👥 Clientele: I see adults (age 18-50), Sex Workers, and 2SLGBTQIA+ folks

🧩 Specialities: Anxiety Disorders, Life Transitions, Psychedelic Integration, Family conflict, Non-monogamous relationships, ADHD skills, Intergenerational Trauma


Insurance: Not Accepted

Private Pay: Free until official licensing