Olga Ebalarosa, MSW, LCSW
A New Mexico Licensed Social Worker with over 27 years of experience practicing in both New York and New Mexico. Olga has worked in a variety of clinical settings providing individual, family and group therapies to elementary and middle school students as well as adults, seniors, and veterans to overcome a wide range of mental health issues including anxiety, depression, anger, self esteem and coping deficits.
Olga listens to her clients and provides a space where they can share their concerns, thoughts and worries. Her approach is to meet the client where they are and help them find the best path through to a place of calm clarity.
Her goal is to help people alleviate symptoms that adversely affect their lives and improve their overall level of behavioral functioning and healing through the process of therapeutic interventions including psychoanalytic psychotherapy.
Children, pre-teens, teens, young adults, individual adults, families.
ADHD, Anger Management, Anxiety, Coping Skills, Depression, Grief/Loss, Life transitions, Mid-life issues, Moms and caregivers, Mood disorders, Multi-cultural issues, Panic & Phobias, Parent Child Relationship, Relationships, School Issues, Self-Esteem / empowerment, Stress Management, Trauma, Trichotillomania, Women’s Issues
Types of Therapy
CBT, Emotion-focused therapy, Trauma-Informed, Solution-focused therapy, Christian-centered therapy, Non-religious Therapy, Telehealth, Psychoanalytic psychotherapy
Metropolitan Institute for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, 1993-1999 New York, N.Y.
School of Social Welfare, State University at Stony Brook, NY. MSW, May 1992.
State University at Stony Brook, NY. BA, May 1976.