Olga Preciado is a first generation, bilingual (Spanish) and bicultural Mexican American clinician, who holds a Master of Social Work from NYU Silver School of Social Work. Over the past 8 years, Olga has worked with predominantly Spanish-speaking migrant children and families in Oakland, Chicago and New York City in multiple settings. She has experience working with individuals with anxiety, depression, adjustment disorders, behavioral problems, grief and loss, crisis management and life transitions. Olga’s practice includes CBT, mindfulness, narrative therapy and art and play therapy components. Olga has made it her mission to operate through a social justice lens in everything she does, and offers a holistic, person-centered, and trauma-informed approach. She aims to create a brave space where clients feel welcomed and empowered to be willing to dive into their self-discovery journey.