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Fragile Pampas
Chelsea Morawa, MA LMFT

Lic 89838

Chelsea is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She obtained her B.S. in Business Management from University of LaVerne, and her M.A. in Clinical Psychology with an Emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy from Pepperdine University. She has worked in various mental health clinics, hospitals and treatment centers for the treatment of addiction, dual-diagnosis, mood disorders, severely persistent mentally ill and trauma. Since 2009, Chelsea has been advocating, educating and providing psychotherapy for men, women and children who are infected or affected by HIV/AIDS. She has extensive experience working with addiction, trauma, men's issues as well as LGBTQ issues.  Chelsea is an accomplished healthcare professional with extensive experience in clinical management and patient care. As a Clinical Director, she is dedicated to improving healthcare delivery and optimizing outcomes for patients. She has been responsible for overseeing the day-to-day clinical operations, ensuring compliance with regulatory standards, and implementing best practices for patient care. Chelsea has successfully implemented quality improvement initiatives, streamlined processes, and developed interdisciplinary care teams. Chelsea's approach to healthcare revolves around patient-centered care, evidence-based practices, and fostering a collaborative environment. She believes in empowering healthcare professionals to provide exceptional care while continuously seeking innovative solutions to enhance clinical outcomes and promoting a culture of excellence, community and teamwork within the organization. ​Chelsea is passionate about helping patients access the best part of themselves, enhancing their overall quality and sense of satisfaction in life. She helps patients remove the barriers that are holding them back from achieving their goals and enabling them to possess the capacity and confidence to establish relationships that are meaningful, fulfilling and lasting.

Alchemize Marriage and Family Therapy

What does our name mean?

​The term comes from alchemy, an ancient philosophical and scientific practice that aimed to transform base metals into gold, and to attain spiritual enlightenment and perfection. 

 

In modern usage, alchemize can refer to transforming negative emotions, experiences, or thoughts into positive ones. This involves taking difficult or painful experiences, and using them as a catalyst for personal growth and transformation. This process may involve reframing negative beliefs, developing new skills or coping strategies, or cultivating greater self-awareness and acceptance.

Overall, the process of alchemizing involves taking something that may seem ordinary or unremarkable, and transforming it into something greater, more valuable, or more meaningful. It requires creativity, perseverance, and a willingness to see potential and possibility where others may not.

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Lic # 89838

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