Aecha Maria Guerrero, LMFT (she/her)
Child & Family Therapist 

The important thing is somehow to begin.”

~ quoting Henry Moore

Hi. I’m Aecha Maria Guerrero. I’m a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. 

I am someone who is willing to sit with you as you work through whatever challenges you’re facing, and provide a safe space for vulnerability. Over the years, I’ve come to see that we are all hurt in some way, but we are also super resilient, and sometimes we just need a chance to get to know who we are, apart from our expectations of ourselves and others’ expectations of us.

I developed a niche working with moms struggling with perinatal mood disorders such as anxiety and depression, and trauma, when I became a mom myself. Many mothers come to me interested in understanding their family’s intergenerational patterns, and all the different changes that come with motherhood.

In addition to working with mothers, I enjoy working with preteens, teens, and young adults with anxiety, depression, and relationship concerns, and helping them feel supported. My preteen, teen, and young adult clients also want to understand the impact of their relationships, as well as learn coping skills and develop good, strong supports. I also enjoy helping military families cope with the unique stressors of military life. 

My style is based in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and sometimes includes mindfulness and the creative arts. My approach is client-centered, strengths-based, structured, and research-supported.

I’ve worked as a therapist in a school setting, at a community health center, a pain management clinic, and in private practice. I speak two languages (English and Spanish) and I’m working on learning a third (Korean)! 

When you start therapy, you may be pleasantly surprised that you can achieve whatever you set out to do. If you are ready to begin, give Intuition Wellness a call at 520-333-3320 or click here to submit an appointment request online.

 
 

Area of speciality:

    • Ages, 5+ (individuals and families)
    • Trauma
    • Grief/Loss
    • Depression
    • Anxiety
    • Self-esteem issues
    • Peer relationships issues
    • Parent-child relational problems
    • Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders
    • Military Community