Esther Horowitz

Esther was born and raised in Quito, Ecuador. She graduated as a Clinical Psychologist from Universidad San Francisco de Quito in 2014. Esther had her own private practice for a year before she decided to continue with her education and traveled to Colorado to pursue her degree in Mindfulness Based Transpersonal Counseling at Naropa University. Esther has completed more than 200 hours in several different branches of psychology like EFT (Emotional Focused Therapy, for couples and individuals) as well as trainings in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for anxiety and depression.

Esther has some experience of the criminal justice system because she has volunteered with Focus Reentry for over eight months. She shadowed classes at the Boulder County Jail and has been a mentor for a man for the past seven months, at the jail as well. Esther has been very interested in working with underserved populations for a long time and has experience working with women refugees and inmates. She wishes to continue learning and helping underserved populations as much as she can.

Esther has a caring personality and stands up for what she believes in. She is very empathic and compassionate, and is able to see the good in people.