Lydia Afualo, AMFT
I am an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist (AMFT) with a Masters of Arts degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from North Central University, and I also have a Bachelors of Science degree in Sociology and Diversity from the University of Utah.
I have a broad range of diverse life experiences that will assist me in helping you as a client. I also have gifts of empathy and patience which will help you in the therapy process. If you allow me to help you, then I will do my very best to guide you through the therapeutic process, regardless of the level of difficulty you are experiencing, because I want to help you reach your personal and therapy goals.
I thrive in attuning myself to your goals, and understanding what approach will work best for you in constructing tailored, unique solutions for your life within healthy therapeutic principles.
I also am here to serve you in moving forward with tools that will enable you to sustain your progress once you leave therapy.
- Trauma work
- Elderly adults
- Couples and Families
- Individual Therapy
- Diversity and Cultural issues
- Co-Parenting Therapy