Lidia Bueno is an experienced therapist working as a clinician for over 10 years. She initially started working with Severely Mentally Ill adults in several settings to which she calls the “most difficult and rewarding” population to work with. Since then, Lidia has moved on to work with adults in Outpatient setting, couples, families, and young children. Her specialty is working with young children and families. Lidia’s passion to work with families and children sparked after becoming a mother herself. Currently, Lidia works as a Health Care Program Manager at a County clinic. During the past three years there she has had extensive training such as Child Parent Psychotherapy, Triple P, Brazelton Touchpoints, Ages and Stages training, Clinical Supervision training, Introduction to Theraplay, and is a graduate of the Infant Family Early Childhood Mental Health Training Academy from the County of Santa Clara. Currently Lidia is attending the UC Davis Extension Napa Infant-Parent Mental Health Fellowship and is set to graduate in April 2018. Her focus is on building and fostering the Parent-Child relationship utilizing the Napa Fellowship courses. She has extensive training in working with the Latino community. At Parent Solutions Lidia provides Individual, family, couples, and child psycho-therapy. She also provides Co-parenting and Parenting Without Violence classes. Lidia will begin her PhD in the Fall of 2018 at Fielding University and is currently applying for Consideration of endorsement as a Mental Health Specialist in the State of California.
Felicia Eliazar, LCSW established Parent Solutions in 2008, and in addition to being it's Director, is also a front line service provider. Populations served include those who are in high conflict situations, victims of domestic violence, child abuse, at-risk youth, and the LGBTQ community. She specializes in parenting, Individual and family therapy, co-parent therapy, court custody evaluations, brief focused assessments, and reunification therapy. Since 2008, she has been listed as a provider of court approved for Santa Clara County Court. She is currently on the Santa Clara County and San Mateo County list for forensic providers and a current member of the SMCPA (San Mateo County Psychological Association), AFCC (Association of Family and Conciliation Courts), and NASW (National Association of Social Workers). In this county there are various cultural, ethnic, and religious groups that enrich the landscape of our community. Felicia is comfortable addressing families of different backgrounds and provides special consideration to cultural norms, expectations and communication style to form a meaningful connection and understanding between family members.
Mrs. Angelica C. Eliazar, LCSW is experienced in treatment of an array of conditions related to anxiety, depression, and other disorders. She has also worked with teens, families and adults and parents to help them cope and manage their circumstances. She is currently the Supervisor of the Older Adult Program at a local non-profit mental health facility. Her specialties include working with the geriatric population and has certifications from UCSF, Stanford Geriatric Education Center, and University of Michigan Ann Arbor, where she also obtained her graduate degree. As a bilingual and bicultural clinician and manager she has been working with the Latino population, which is another specialty population. Other specialty populations include: LBTQI and Dual Diagnosis.