Hi, I’m Guadalupe,
Some of my family members call me a nerd. I could say that about myself too. I love being curious. I work on learning new things like: Taking drum lessons, reading a book, attending a workshop, or listening to podcasts. Every morning, I drive to my favorite coffee place. “I’ll have a Colombian Dark Roast Coffee please,” My podcast is on, the coffee sits in its holder, and off I go. I have three calendars where I write down every single daily task. I never visualized I would be so lucky. I am from Mexico. My four siblings and I were raised in a low-income household. I am the first one in my family who migrated to The United States, became bilingual and completed a Master’s Degree in Counseling. I am not going to lie. Life hasn’t always been easy. I have had difficult days too. I have experienced hardship. I understand struggle and I have found my life’s purpose helping others, particularly women.
I work with women who doubt themselves, who are self-critical, and who often compare themselves to others. These women fear being judged and they believe they are not good enough. At one point in my life, I felt that way too.
I understand the emotional pain and feelings of marginal self-worth and how these feelings are triggered. With the help of an amazing therapist, I learned to value myself, to develop self-compassion and to heal. I became a therapist because I wanted to pass along the benefits that therapy has given me. If you are ready to learn how to face your fears, re-discover who you truly are, accept and embrace your uniqueness and enjoy your life, I am here to help you also.
Guadalupe A. Cesar Nunez
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist – LMFT111446
-Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology with an Emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy
Azusa Pacific University
-Certified Cognitive Behavioral Therapist