Linda Ruvalcaba, MA, LPC
Linda Ruvalcaba is a Licensed Professional Counselor, providing psychotherapy to adults in English and Spanish. She works to help people find their inner consent and joy by identifying the change they wish to create in their life and how to make those changes a reality.
Through genuine concern and interest in those with whom she works, Linda is able to build a therapeutic working relationship to help people find comfort, validation, and insight in the processing of their experiences. This allows for the opportunity to process issues such as trauma, anxiety, depression, grief, chronic or terminal illness, and life’s transitions. Linda especially enjoys working with women age 18-40s, as well as the Spanish-speaking community.
During these 50-minute weekly/biweekly psychotherapy sessions, you can expect to explore topics such as healthy coping skills, mindfulness training, negative beliefs about yourself that influence your daily life, how the past may influence your present, and how to start with recognizing your current reality in order to move forward with the life you want to create.
Linda received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Arizona State University in 2008 and received her Master’s degree in Counseling from Northern Arizona University in 2011. She is trained in EMDR (eye movement desensitization and reprocessing) and has attended additional trainings at world-renowned institutions, such as the Tavistock Centre in London and the Sigmund Freud University in Vienna, Austria.