Olivia Fadul, LPCC (NM), CPC (NV), LPC (AL)

Sex/Gender: Cisgender
Pronouns: She / Her
Ethnicity: Filipino/a
Bio

Olivia has been a counselor since 2011. Her journey of living with a disability since age 5 has empowered her to become a counselor. Through exploring  her unique story and others, she began this journey to empower others to find their strength and power.

Olivia began her career as an inpatient Substance Abuse Counselor. She has worked with clients ages 12-75 years old. She has supported clients in defining and embracing their cultural identities through their counseling journey, identifying patterns that do not serve them, overcoming obstacles and struggles in life, and celebrating their unique strengths.

Olivia is passionate and thrives in the following counseling areas: Deaf and Hard of Hearing; ADHD; Women Empowerment; Creativity and Expressive Arts; Filipinx & LGBTQIA; Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI); Emerging Adults; Black Indigenous People of Color; Racial Identity/Colonial Mentality; Adjustment disorders.

License State: Alabama, New Mexico, Nevada
Sliding Scale / Reduced Fee Accepted: Yes
Location
Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States
Therapy Offered
Telehealth/Teletherapy
Types of Therapy
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Trauma-Focused, Motivational Interviewing, Humanistic, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Expressive Arts, Art Therapy
Issues
ADHD, Women's Issues, Emotion Regulation, Transgender, Stress, Spirituality, Self Esteem, Racial Identity, Career Counseling, Anxiety
Last modified: May 25, 2022

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