Solimar is a master’s level mental health counselor. For the last 10 years she has been helping women hurt by infidelity, pornography and sexual addiction in their
marriages. She is passionate about helping people find a true sense of identity,
helping them find their voice, and providing skills that will empower them to navigate
life’s challenges and hurts with a sense of purpose, meaning, and hope.
Solimar provides psychotherapy to individuals, couples, and families. She is fluent in
both, Spanish and English, which allow her to work sensibly and effectively with
culturally/ethnic diverse clients while bringing an awareness of the importance of
cultural factors to the counseling room. She uses a strength-based framework and
likes to work collaboratively with each of her clients to identify their needs and goals.
In order to maximize the client’s already existing potential, Solimar uses an
integrative approach drawing from evidence-based practices.
Her areas of clinical interest are women’s issues, sexual abuse, trauma and attachment problems, mood disorders, cultural diversity issues, family counseling, anxiety, depression and couples therapy.
Solimar’s education includes:
Bachelor of Science in Psychology- University of Puerto Rico
Joint M.A/Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology (w/o Dissertation work)- University of Puerto
Master of Arts in Professional Counseling- Liberty University
Solimar has shared life with her husband for 24 years and has 3 grown children
(ages 22, 16, and 12). She loves the beach, sunsets and sunrises; enjoys reading and
learning, and spending time with her family.
Solimar works out of the Winter Park location on campus of Aloma United Methodist Church. To Schedule an Appointment call (407) 360-7086 or email at Solimar.firstname.lastname@example.org. Phone and Skype appointments are also available.