Nancy Pinzon



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Nancy’s professional endeavors are mostly geared to support communities at large (to include the multicultural aspects involving Hispanics) through bio-psycho-social education, parenting, therapeutic work with couples at the verge of divorce, and families in danger of confronting dissolution as a result of domestic violence among other issues; parent/child relationship-reconstruction and healing; adolescents exhibiting defiant behavior. Her conflict studies training at Eastern Mennonite University, as well as her master’s degree in mental health and experience include group and individual therapy; family systems therapeutic work; anger management facilitation; assist individuals dealing with substance abuse and dependence; trauma work (in particular post-traumatic stress); crisis intervention; and conflict resolution and mediation facilitation, among other skills. She has worked closely with DSS/CPS and some of the local Community Services Boards, and is fully bilingual in English and Spanish with Cultural Competency strength.