Vanessa Servellón

Vanessa Servellón (She/Her/Ella)

Licensed Clinical Social Worker


I’m a Latina bilingual therapist and use she/her pronouns. I specialize in trauma, anxiety, body image issues and immigration evaluations.

Client Status

not accepting clients

At a Glance


Rate: $165

Provides free initial consultation

Practicing Since: 2017

Languages: English, Español


  • Individual

Insurances Accepted

  • Out of Pocket
  • Out of Network
  • Aetna
  • Lyra
  • United Behavioral Health

My Ideal Client

Are you needing a space to process emotions and experiences? Are you feeling nervous, anxious or struggling to cope with your worries? Have you experienced trauma in your life and noticing it affecting your life today? Are you wanting to improve your relationship with food and/or your body? Maybe you are wanting to discover more about yourself and how you navigate the world. In sessions, you can learn techniques or coping skills and dedicate time to your emotional wellbeing.

My Background and Approach

In my approach as an experiential and relational therapist, I believe in both allowing time to process and also focusing on making change. This means we will process different experiences and also talk about coping and behavioral changes during our sessions together. There may be some sessions where you mainly need to process or you may want to focus on just coping, and that is OK. I value flexibility throughout the therapeutic process. My practice is inclusive, gender affirming, welcoming to all body sizes and provides culturally sensitive services. I work through a holistic approach where I believe in including your whole self in therapy, which can include your background, values, beliefs, identity and any other important aspects that make up who you are.

Why I Became a Therapist

Growing up, it wasn’t an option to go to therapy for a few reasons. The main reasons were because of the stigma. It wasn’t until I was older that I started my own healing journey with therapy. This is when I realized how life changing it can be to find a healthy way to express yourself, process experiences and make changes in life. This sparked my passion in helping others through being a therapist. I want you to experience less distress in your life, discovers changes & shifts you can make to feel better about your life and find healing. Working on your mental health is a lifetime process as you will encounter different experiences that can impact you and some may leave emotional scars. It’s a unique experience to be able to sit with someone and be allowed into their life. I know this can be nerve wracking.

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