Crecer, which means ‘to grow’ in Spanish, is a process through which a living organism becomes larger, more mature, better developed in different and multiple aspects. To grow psycho-emotionally and in relation with others is a human right and a responsibility that sometimes includes the need and/or desire to engage in a psychotherapy experience that can help us feel better equipped to engage in a necessary changing and healing endeavor.
Crecer, Inc. is a Psychotherapy Center that, for the last two decades, has been providing bilingual, competent and comprehensive professional psychotherapy services to individuals, children/adolescents, couples, and families. The Center also offers professional trainings, community-based seminars and clinical supervision. Crecer’s team includes carefully selected, experienced clinicians who are highly committed to the field of Mental Health and the community. In addition, Crecer’s foundress, president and director, Priska Imberti, conducts proficient and effective family and individual evaluations for all immigration-related processes as well as expert witness testimonies for U.S. Immigration Courts.
All therapists at Crecer are highly trained and licensed professionals who are available to help with a wide range of concerns individuals and families may encounter during their daily life, especially with relationship problems, anxiety, depression, child-adolescent challenges, and many other emotional issues.
Priska Imberti, LCSW-R, BCC is a Bilingual Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a background in Clinical Psychology, Clinical Social Work, Family Therapy, Forensic Social Work and Coaching. After completing a graduate program at the Ackerman Institute for the Family in New York City, she became a Board-Certified Couch, a Family Business Advisor; and a Divorce and Family Mediator. She obtained The Harvard Global Mental Health Program on Refugee Trauma certificate; and also became a Clinically Certified Human Trafficking Victims Services Provider from the National Association of Forensic Counselors (NAFC).
“Assisting my clients using a strength-based, culturally-sensitive practice approach, emphasizing their self-determination, inner strengths, resourcefulness and resilience in the face of adversity in this complex, ever changing world has, undoubtedly, become the core of my healing practice and what personally and professionally motivates me to continue my life’s work to the service of others.”
~ Priska Imberti ~