Veronica is a Tucson native, and prides herself in knowing the culture, people, and issues relative to her hometown. She completed her Master’s Degree at Northern Arizona University in Clinical Mental Health, received her undergraduate degree from Prescott College in Human Development & Psychology, and holds a post-Master’s certificate from the University of Denver in Equine Assisted Mental Health. She is a firm believer that the relationship between client and therapist is key to successful mental health services, and feels that finding the right professional to work with is as important as the techniques utilized in counseling. Veronica is passionate about social justice issues, equality, family systems, cultural issues, and psycho-education, and utilizes a mix of evidence-based and alternative modes of therapy tailored to each client’s needs. Veronica believes that we all experience human suffering at some of points of our lives, and it is important to understand the client’s experience and create a safe environment in which they feel unconditionally accepted. As a counselor, Veronica feels it is her duty to help clients realize their own answers and dreams on their journey.