Mayra Iniguez has an MSW from Loyola University Chicago. She earned her BA in Political Science and Arabic Studies from DePaul University in 2016.
Before starting her graduate studies, Mayra worked in a private practice as part of the admin team and volunteered her time with Refugee One where she found a passion in working with individuals going through life changes and the myriad of emotions and issues these changes can bring. Her specialization is children and families with a subspecialization in Migration studies. Prior to joining CFC Therapy Group, Mayra completed her first internship at Wings Program, a domestic violence service provider where she provided domestic violence counseling and education. Her clinical interests include anxiety, trauma, domestic violence, self-care and wellness.
6 Areas of Specialty
5 Calming Techniques to Help Children Regulate Their Emotions
When children don’t know how to regulate their emotions, strong feelings can often result in tantrums, outbursts, fighting, defiance, or withdrawal and isolation. It is