Estefania Ospina-Alikhan M.S. LCMFT


TMH Counselor, Estefania Ospina-Alikhan

Estefania Ospina-Alikhan M.S. LCMFT

Counselor

Online

Counseling and Psychotherapy at Shintomi Office

Estefania Ospina-Alikhan is a Licensed Clinical Marriage and Family Therapist (LCMFT) that is fluent and bilingual in English and Spanish. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology with a minor in Child Development from Florida State University. She then continued her education at the University of Maryland at College Park and obtained her Master of Science degree in Couple and Family Therapy.

Estefania has had consistent experience working with clients of all ages and diverse backgrounds conducting individual, family, and couples therapy. Through this clinical experience and ongoing individualized training, Estefania is equipped with a variety of therapeutic skills to provide specialized treatment for adults seeking to address mental health challenges. These include depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, grief and loss, childhood trauma, abuse, relationship distress, and navigating life transitions. 

Through a strong and collaborative therapeutic relationship, Estefania utilizes a family systems theory approach to conceptualize problems and identify resiliency factors in her clients. She prioritizes the consideration and validation of systemic influences in her clients’ lives such as cultural upbringing, race, gender identity, sexual orientation, and the impact of systems of oppression on mental health. She implements therapeutic skills and interventions including Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), solution-focused models, Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), mindfulness, and Gottman Method modalities in order to meet her clients’ clinical needs.

Specialties, Populations Served & Treatment Options

Specialties

  • Depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder
  • Relationship issues
  • Sexual intimacy
  • Culture shock and adaptation
  • Life transitions 
  • Childhood trauma

Populations Served

  • Adult individuals, college students, military families 
  • Polyamorous partnerships
  • Couples 
  • QTBIPOC Community

Treatment Options