Julianna began providing clinical assessments and therapeutic services to children and their families in 2010, and has worked with families through home-visiting and community behavioral health programs. She has provided support to families while addressing issues such as anxiety, depression, trauma, attention problems, and behavioral difficulties. Julianna has provided bilingual services in English and Spanish to children and families for the past 10 years, including two years in Ecuador as part of the Peace Corps.

At the Center for Children and Families, Julianna provides therapeutic services to address child-parent relationship difficulties, attention and behavioral problems, childhood anxiety, depression, and trauma. She also helps strengthen parent-child relationships after parental post-partum depression and anxiety.

Julianna is a graduate of Erikson Institute and Loyola University Chicago with a dual master’s degree in child development and clinical social work. She also completed the Fellowship Program at the Institute for Psychoanalysis in 2014.