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Michael Vallejo

Clinical Social Work/Therapist , LCSW

Child & Family Therapy, Working With Boys, Parent Coaching, ADHD, Anxiety, Depression, Anger Management, Self-Esteem, Behavioral Struggles, Coping Skills, Trauma-Informed Care, Mindfulness, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Master Of Social Work, MSW, Portland State University Bachelor Of Business Administration, BBA, University Of New Mexico
More Than 16 years of Experience Supporting children and teens to improve their mental and behavioral health


Michael received a Master’s Degree in Social Work from Portland State University in 2010. He is a licensed clinical social worker with a private therapy practice in Colorado Springs, Colorado. He specializes in helping children and teens with mental health concerns. Michael is passionate about providing effective and compassionate care. He is an advocate for mental health awareness, and is the founder of Mental Health Center Kids, a website that provides resources and support for parents, teachers, and mental health professionals who care for children and teens.


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