Marlene Reyes, LCT
Hello, my name is Marlene Reyes. I am a Licensed Clinical Therapist. I believe that therapy is a fundamental step to begin the process of healing and recovery. As a bilingual provider, I aspire to bridge the language barrier and dismantle the stigma associated with mental health. Not only do I utilize my experience and education but I also use my lived experience to my practice. As a second generation American, I am able to understand the intersectionality of culture and how it may affect mental health treatment. I fully understand cultural humility and how it can contribute to one’s healing process. I have worked with individuals that are experiencing some of the most difficult moments in their lives in both outpatient and inpatient settings. My favorite thing about being a provider is witnessing my client’s healing journey and progress throughout therapy. My ultimate goal is to provide a safe and comfortable environment for you to begin your healing process.
My Approach and Values
I have worked with children (as young as 3 years old), adolescents, adults and older adults. I have experience working in Community Mental Health, Crisis Intensive Services, inpatient facilities and a County Jail facility. I have worked alongside individuals that are struggling with depression, anxiety, anger, trauma, stress, interpersonal conflict and bullying. I am certified in: Trauma Focused Cognitive Therapy (TFCBT), Seeking Safety and Managing and Adapting Practice (MAP).
- Clinical Therapist at West Valley Detention Center
- Clinical Social Worker at Telecare Crisis Center
- Mental Health Clinician at South Coast Community Services
- Mental Health Therapist at Pacific Clinics
- Mental Health Counselor at Ontario-Montclair School District
- Behavior Management Therapist at Counseling Solutions
- Case Manager Intern at YWCA
I earned my Bachelor in Arts of Social Work from California State University, Los Angeles. It was during my undergrad internship when I became more aware of mental health and fell in love with the terms “Healing and “Recovery”. This is when I knew I had to pursue a higher education that would allow me to help individuals in their journey to healing and recovery. As a result, I earned my Master of Social Work from California State University, San Bernardino.
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2545 S. Euclid Ave, Ontario, CA 91762