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Viviana Martinez, LMHC

located in Financial District, New York, NY & Dobbs Ferry, NY

About Ms. Martinez

Viviana Martinez, LMHC is an open-minded professional with a deep interest in supportive, genuine connection. With a Bachelor's degree in Psychology from Boston College, Viviana began her real-world training at Boston Children's Hospital. There, Viviana worked with families as well as Mental Health professionals in the busiest Primary Care practice in Boston. Viviana found this work eye-opening, and it inspired her to further pursue her own training. 

After returning to her home state, Viviana received her Masters in Counseling for Mental Health & Wellness at New York University. At NYU, Viviana further developed her counseling skills and interests while finding her own clinical voice. 

With her MA in Counseling, Viviana began working at a Hospice as a Bereavement & Mental Health Counselor. She worked with clients and families of all ages, gently assisting and guiding them through the most vulnerable time of their lives.

Viviana's priority is to create a safe, supportive space for clients. In this warm and encouraging environment, Viviana provides an opportunity for clients to further understand themselves. With patience and insight, she works to maintain a respectful partnership with her clients. 

Viviana enjoys working with people of all ages and stages. Viviana has worked with young adults in a college setting, as well as families and people in the later stages of life. She has robust experience working with clients who are experiencing anxiety, depression, grief, self-esteem issues, as well as general life transitions.

Understanding that each client is a unique individual, Viviana employs a variety of counseling techniques and approaches. Combining Humanistic, Psychodynamic, and Cognitive-Behavioral techniques, Viviana customizes her clinical pursuits to best suit her client's needs. Your comfort and safety are her priority. Viviana looks forward to working together, and learning all about you!

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Viviana Martinez, LMHC is an open-minded professional with a deep interest in supportive, genuine connection. With a Bachelor's degree in Psychology from Boston College, Viviana began her real-world training at Boston Children's Hospital. There, Viviana worked with families as well as Mental Health professionals in the busiest Primary Care practice in Boston. Viviana found this work eye-opening, and it inspired her to further pursue her own training. 

After returning to her home state, Viviana received her Masters in Counseling for Mental Health & Wellness at New York University. At NYU, Viviana further developed her counseling skills and interests while finding her own clinical voice. 

With her MA in Counseling, Viviana began working at a Hospice as a Bereavement & Mental Health Counselor. She worked with clients and families of all ages, gently assisting and guiding them through the most vulnerable time of their lives.

Viviana's priority is to create a safe, supportive space for clients. In this warm and encouraging environment, Viviana provides an opportunity for clients to further understand themselves. With patience and insight, she works to maintain a respectful partnership with her clients. 

Viviana enjoys working with people of all ages and stages. Viviana has worked with young adults in a college setting, as well as families and people in the later stages of life. She has robust experience working with clients who are experiencing anxiety, depression, grief, self-esteem issues, as well as general life transitions.

Understanding that each client is a unique individual, Viviana employs a variety of counseling techniques and approaches. Combining Humanistic, Psychodynamic, and Cognitive-Behavioral techniques, Viviana customizes her clinical pursuits to best suit her client's needs. Your comfort and safety are her priority. Viviana looks forward to working together, and learning all about you!


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