James Sandoval is a counseling intern under the supervision of Dr. Jean Moretto PhD, LPC. James is currently enrolled at Webster University’s Professional Counseling (Emphasis in Clinical Mental Health) Master’s Program. He has a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from University of Nevada, Reno at Lake Tahoe. James has also been working directly with counseling clients as a supervised clinician with United Citizens Foundation Counseling Services for over a year out of Las Vegas, Nevada. James utilizes methods of Humanistic Counseling focusing on empowering clients, developing autonomy, fostering positive thought patterns, addressing trauma, building structure, and strategic problem solving. James prioritizes the needs of clients first and foremost and structures treatment based on what works best for each client. James aims to assist clients while they are working to create their own change and healing in their lives. Therapy is a collaborative effort and James will work to empower individuals to be able to experience growth in whatever form they are looking for. James currently works with populations from ages 13+ welcoming anyone of any culture, race, gender, sexuality, or spirituality.
James works hard to establish a safe, judgment free environment where individuals can feel free to express their thoughts, feelings, and emotions to promote overall well-being. “I value and employ authenticity, honestly, non-judgment, and equity with every client that I work with, and it is my goal to walk the path of healing, whatever it may look like, to best support each client I encounter. “
9am-3pm or 5pm-6pm
Overall Mental well-being, Anxiety Disorders, Depression, Trauma-related Care, Grief and Bereavement, Strategic Action-planning, Building Structure, Emotion Regulation
General population, Adults, and Adolescents
Humanistic, Person-Centered, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy
I am not on any insurance panels