Pa Xiong Nodalo
One of my greatest passions is providing therapy services to individuals who are looking to re-discover themselves and start their healing process. I bring warmth, authenticity, genuineness, and curiosity to my work. I believe in viewing my clients in the holistic form and that finding balance is essential to leading a healthy and productive life. In therapy, our relationship will be a partnership. We will work together to find the root of the problem, discover your unmet needs, and develop tools to help you gain control and flourish in your life, once again.
I have a bachelor’s in Alcohol and Drug Counseling and a master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. I use an integrative approach in therapy with many different forms of tools such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Person-Centered Therapy, and trauma-based approaches. I have experience working with children, adolescents, adults, and families. I’ve also worked with various populations such as the LGBTQ+, homeless, criminal offenders, substance use, and Severe Mental Illness (SMI).
Whatever circumstance has brought you to my website, this is the first step. I am here to walk beside you. This work gives me a sense of purpose. It is always the greatest honor when someone chooses me to walk alongside them in their journey to healing. I understand the importance of finding a good match when it comes to therapy. Please feel free to reach out for a consultation to see if we will be a good fit.
Education, Training, License, and Affiliations:
Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, University of San Diego
Bachelor of Science in Alcohol and Drug Counseling, Metropolitan State University
“I work with a Body Psychotherapy foundation, an approach called Somatic Experiencing. This means I work with the whole you: your thoughts, emotions, body, and spirit. This holistic approach is evidence-based and rooted in a scientific theory that considers the fight-flight-freeze complex in a living, breathing body.”
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