Culturally-Responsive, Compassionate,
& Inclusive



The Aguirre Center for Inclusive Psychotherapy is a group practice comprised of talented and experienced therapists who are passionate about providing culturally-responsive psychological services to our communities. Our highly dedicated clinical team  provides psychotherapy (individual, relationship, and group therapy) and psychological assessments to adolescents and adults.


We firmly believe that change and healing is possible and that each person has the innate capacity to grow and lead a more fulfilling a life.  We believe that you deserve to work with a therapist who understands and affirms the complexities of your unique intersectional identities and culture.  The Aguirre Center for Inclusive Psychotherapy is grounded in the understanding that all identities (cultural, ethnic, religious, gender, sexual) and all bodies deserve culturally-affirming psychological services.   Our practice is sex-positive, trauma-informed, weight-inclusive, and affirming of folks from LGBTQ+, Kink, and Polyamory/Consensual Non-Monogamy communities. 

You are not alone---we are here to help. Let's take the next step together. 


Our Specialties

  • PTSD & Trauma​ Recovery

  • Anxiety

  • Stress Management

  • Perfectionism

  • Excessive Worrying

  • Interpersonal Difficulties

  • Depression

  • Grief & Loss

  • Existential Concerns

  • Life Transitions

  • Over-functioning Professionals

  • Relationship Concerns

  • Race-Based Stress 

  • Ethnic/Racial Identity 

  • Gender Diversity & Identity

  • LGBTQ Issues

  • Sexual Intimacy

  • Therapy for Therapists

If you resonate with any of the statements below, our services can help!  We are passionate about helping individuals develop healthier relationships with themselves and with others. Allow us to help you take your first steps towards self-exploration and connection. You can have the life you are longing for, and you don’t have to figure it out alone.

  • You are a high-functioning person that doesn't typically ask for help, but now you're feeling stuck.

  • You are an accomplished professional - but still struggle with the sense of being an impostor or a fraud.

  • You are giving your all to everyone and everything, but are neglecting your own needs in the process.

  • You are perceived as confident and competent, but internally, you struggle with self-doubt, loneliness, or insecurities.

  • You’ve survived a trauma and can’t move past what happened to you.

  • You live between cultures and can’t seem to find the middle ground. 

  • You are growing weary and fatigued by the endless microaggressions or discrimination that you experience

  • You realize you’re only just beginning to discover who you are, and you feel anxious, overwhelmed, and terrified

  • Feeling misunderstood or missed by others who do not see the complexity of your intersectional identities