Camila R. Azuero, LICSW and MA is a trauma therapist and clinical consultant who has a private practice and holds a teaching appointment at Harvard Medical School. She was also a former clinical instructor at Boston University’s School of Social Work. She has a master’s degree in Social Work from Salem State University (2009) and a master’s degree in Sociology from Northeastern University (2006). Camila believes that anyone of any age deserves to feel seen and accepted for who they are. And that this experience, to know others and be known, is at the root of human connection and provides a sense of agency that is necessary to overcome life’s challenges. Her practice is rooted in the belief that the body and mind are connected, and these connections are influenced by our relationships with others and the larger systems within which we live. Thus, her clinical approach is heavily grounded in neurobiology, attachment, and systems theory, and Camilia applies this to her work with children, adults and families. She enjoys supporting children to develop skills to understand and support their emotions. Camila presents in Spanish and English.
Camila is located in the Greater Boston area. In-person speaking engagements outside that area may require a fee for travel expenses.