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Claudia Giron, LCSW
I believe that every person on earth has a gift, a talent, or something unique that they can offer and use to change their lives, their community, and eventually their environment.

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Claudia Giron, LCSW

Location

Licensed In

CA

Other Languages

Approach

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), Motivational interviewing (MI), Psychodynamic, Solution-focused, Strengths-based

Therapy Style

One of my favorite quotes in life is “Be the change that you wish to see in the world.” I believe that every person on earth has a gift, a talent, or something unique that they can offer and use to change their lives, their community, and eventually their environment. As a clinical therapist, I assist clients in discovering and empowering themselves so that they can create the life that they always dreamed of having.

Education

MA - Social Welfare, University of California, Los Angeles

License Number and State

CA 98909

Pronouns

she/her

What are your interests outside of work?

I enjoy going to the beach, hiking with my dog, traveling, spending time with friends & family and cooking.

What is one thing you do daily that supports your mental and emotional well-being?

Getting a good night’s sleep!

What book have you read more than once?

Maybe You Should Talk to Someone by Lori Gottlieb - I am passionate about anything relating to therapy and this book gives a good account of the therapeutic process while demonstrating that real change can be accomplished. We really understand the perspectives of both the therapist and the client as part of the process.

Favorite organization/non-profit?

Women for Women International, this organization provides women who are survivors of war the resources and education needed to transform their lives.

How do you recharge?

Getting a good night’s sleep, healthy eating and listening what my body needs such as a day of relaxation or a good workout.

Do you have any pets and what's your favorite pet story?

Lexi is my precious 5-year-old Wheaten Terrier. When she was 3 years old, my husband left the house, not knowing that she followed him outside. He got into his car and drove off. Poor Lexi was locked out of the house and waited patiently by the door. When I went downstairs about 40 minutes later, I noticed that Lexi was outside, peeking in through the window with a “let me in” look on her cute face! There was no gate or fence, and Lexi could easily have wandered off down the street. Smartly, she knew to stay put and wait for someone to notice her. She knew where her family was and where the good life was!

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