Veronica Cardona is a LCSW psychotherapist who offers on-line counseling services throughout California. She is passionate about helping courageous women and couples who are struggling with infertility, fertility challenges, perinatal-postpartum anxiety-mood disorders, and grief & loss.
She enjoys building a genuine connection with her clients that makes them feel seen, heard and supported. She wants to empower individuals to find their voice, build confidence, and explore the strengths within them that can help them reach their goals. Her clients describe her as warm, sincere, supportive, curious, and optimistic. She enjoys learning and often takes training that continues to build her clinical skills and keeps her up-to-date with the field of infertility, maternal mental health, and grief & loss.
Therapists often specialize in areas due to their own lived experiences. For this reason, she is passionate about helping women adjust to motherhood and flourish in their own way. Her goal is to help them feel better, be safe, be patient, love themselves more deeply, and feel more connected with their child.
She is ultra-passionate about helping women who are facing infertility and fertility challenges. She wants them to feel more empowered and supported. Her goal is to help them find peace, strength, and excitement in their family building efforts. Unfortunately, for some, this journey will bring pregnancy loss, stillbirth, infant death, or birth trauma. She wants to help these individuals process these experiences and help them find ways to hold, accept, and move forward with their lives.
Infertility, postpartum, and grief & loss often disrupts and impacts other relationships with family, friends, and partners. She enjoys working with couples to help strengthen their relationship, improve communication, and build a secure and supportive relationship with each other during trying times.
She believes that in life we will face many hardships. Some hardships we will resolve on our own and others we will need the loving support of those around us or of a professional psychotherapist. She believes that with time and help we can all grow and move through our challenges. Resiliency research shows that the earlier we build a circle of support around us such as with friends, family, church, or a therapist, the easier it can feel. Grief research shows that the sooner we build a circle of support around us after a loss, the faster and more successful we will be in resolving our grief. Her hope for you is to enjoy your life, find relief, and find someone who can help you through this difficult time. Feel. Heal. Grow.