JIMMY CABRERA JR; MSW, LCSW
As a firm believer of the power of the consciousness and the inherent love of our spirit, Jimmy draws from ancient wisdom, science, and guided intuition to hone his personalized approach to therapy. Jimmy is a California Board of Behavioral Sciences licensed psychotherapist (LCSW#79248) and Reiki level II practitioner. In addition to his private practice, he also works at the Los Angeles County Jail Twin Towers Correctional Facility for the Department of Health Services where he interviews inmates to assess their mental health history, current symptoms and overall presentation, coordinates housing and care, and initiates release planning services.
Jimmy was born and raised on the Central Coast of California, and later moved to Long Beach where he earned a Master’s degree in Social Work and a Bachelor’s in Communication Studies at Cal State Long Beach. Jimmy was introduced to yoga during the summer before grad school, and it was at this point that he started to gain profound clarity and finally felt that he was moving in a powerful direction.
Since graduating Jimmy has worked extensively with severely mentally ill and chronically homeless people, leading individual and group mindful awareness practices at various agencies and board & care facilities. He completed a 200hr yoga teacher training certification and developed and led a yoga/meditation group at the women’s county jail in Lynwood, CA. He’s currently developing a meditation/yoga/reiki program for Men’s Central Jail.
Jimmy’s intense experience working with major mental illness, incarceration, homelessness, and substance use, is what makes him especially sensitive to the challenges of everyday people. Working with anyone on a deep level requires deep presence and deep listening. He has the ability to suspend judgement and truly see the client’s radiant spirit (even at its lowest vibration) to help in removing the blocks to truth and helping his clients live their fullest lives.
For more information, visit jimmycabreratherapy.com.
For a free 15 minute consultation, please call/text or email:
213.259 .3136 or firstname.lastname@example.org.