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We are not a service provider.  We have created a directory of culturally grounded Latinx therapists who believe in the human rights of migrant peoples. This directory is meant to be a resource for all those who are Latinx and anyone engaged in advancing the human rights and dignity of Latinx migrant communities across the United States.   This directory is a list of mental health professionals and not a recommendation or guarantee of quality service by LTAN.  We highly encourage everyone to research and consult directly with providers before beginning services with them to ensure it is a good fit.  


Vivian D. Echevarria Guzman

City and State: Houston, Texas

Preferred Gender Pronouns: She/her/hers

Specialty and Expertise: Depression, anxiety, trauma, post-traumatic stress disorder, and immigration related issues.

License Type: Licensed Professional Counselor

Additional Credentials: National Certified Counselor

Accepted Payment Methods: Cash and Credit Card

Insurance Plans: None


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I am a Licensed Professional Counselor, in Texas and Puerto Rico, National Certified Counselor and member of the American Counseling Association.  I am also a collaborator at CounselChat. Through the use of counseling I help clients to reduce symptoms of anxiety, depression; process grief, loss, history of trauma, abuse; and mediate marriage and relationship problems. If you are going through a rough path, seeking a way to live your life to your best ability, I am here to walk the path with you.

I began my history as a peer counselor at the University of Puerto Rico, completed my Master's Degree in Science of Counseling at University of Phoenix, Southern Arizona Campus, and became a Licensed Professional Counselor in Texas.


​During my career as a Counselor, I've worked in community organizations like Catholic Charities' St. Elizabeth's Health Center, Innovative Alternatives, United Way's Financial Opportunity Center and Legacy Community Health.  I also assisted community disasters through multiple organizations like the Red Cross and ASSMCA.