Analin Flores, LMFT
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Analin Flores

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist | MS, LMFT

Analin Flores has a decade of extensive experience working with women of different ages and cultural backgrounds. Using an integrative approach of faith, culture, and professional counseling, she helps clients build their strengths as a catalyst to getting unstuck and gaining peace, balance, and purpose. She is trained in several evidence-based treatments approved by the Los Angeles Department of Mental Health that focus on the healing of trauma, anxiety, depression, substance abuse, relational, and behavioral problems. She specializes in the treatment of women’s issues, marriage enrichment, and parenting support. She helps clients learn and practice positive skills such as communication, positive parenting, healthy boundaries, problem-solving, conflict-solving, stress management, self-care, and more. She is also fluent in Spanish.

Analin Flores surrendered her life to Christ in her early 20’s when she decided to trust the Lord Jesus completely. As a caring therapist, she knows very well how believers quietly struggle with mental health as she battled anxiety herself since childhood and as a young mother.

While she stayed at home with her 2 young children and volunteered at her local church, she perceived God’s calling to be a counselor. With the support of her husband, she went back to school driven by a clear purpose to receive the training she needed to help those struggling with behavioral or mental health in the church.

From 2013-2014 she volunteered at Lake Avenue Church where she completed her internship and graduated with honors in 2014 from University of Phoenix. She completed her licensing requirements at Tarzana Treatment Center and El Centro de Amistad. In 2018 Mrs. Flores founded Florecer Family Counseling with the mission to help women and families eliminate obstacles and enjoy the benefits of seeing their lives flourish.

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Harvard Pilgrim

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