About greta

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Greta Enriquez-Durelli, LCSW

University of California, Los Angeles

greta@thecenterforconnection.org

(626) 644-1921

 

Greta Enriquez-Durelli, LCSW, is a licensed adolescent, young adult and adult psychotherapist. She has also worked as a clinical supervisor who has coached and counseled many young professionals. For many years she participated in Dr. Tina Payne Bryson’s professional study group on Interpersonal Neurobiology (IPNB), which guides her practice centered on healing through relationships and connection. 

She is a curious listener ready to hear your story. She is also adept at building connection and trust with her clients that propel change and growth. She strongly believes in a strength-based approach. Her practice is informed by motivational interviewing skills, solution focused brief therapy and trauma focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, offering client-centered interventions and mindfulness techniques.

Greta completed her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, and a Masters’ Degree in Social Work (MSW) at the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA). Greta has worked in an agency setting for many years as well as in her private practice. She has worked with clients experiencing trauma, anxiety, depression, learning disabilities such as ADHD, career and life changes, young adult launching struggles, parenting and Adoption issues. As a strong believer in the power of community, Greta brings a wealth of resources to support parents in building their own support systems and village. She grounds her practice in the interdisciplinary community at the Center for Connection.

As a mother of teenage children she understands the myriad of struggles that working parents face to lean in and join the life challenges that each teenage child may bring. As a professional and a parent, she has had experience navigating many public and private school systems, as an advocate for those with unique needs or learning differences, participating in 504/IEP school meetings and connecting with community resources in a collaborative approach for success. Greta speaks fluent Spanish and is a culturally informed practitioner.

She offers evening and weekend appointments.

As a long-time, local resident and community member, Greta is raising a family of teenagers with her life partner of many years.

In her downtime, she enjoys walking in nature with her mellow, yellow lab and practicing yoga.

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