Deniss Pleiner is a Mexican Immigrant, licensed therapist, and mental health advocate.
For the past 7 years she has worked with with BIPOC Adults in California-- particularly in supporting first and second generation professionals in navigating bicultural identity, breaking toxic generational patterns, and battling impostor syndrome through individual and couples therapy.
As owner and Clinical Director of TOC Therapy she guides the clinical offerings and work of other talented clinicians at the practice.
She strongly believes that everyone has a right to free mental health information and education and dedicates her free time to creating free educational mental health content on Instagram (@denisspleiner) and YouTube (Therapy, Explained).
She has also develops workshops for professional agencies, nonprofits, and speaks at community panels.
If you are interested in working with Deniss, please see offerings below.
Mental health workshops, panels, and intimate groups for educational and professional organizations curated to fit the needs of your organization. Always rooted in social justice values and take into account the BIPOC experience. Book a discovery call and check out Deniss' speaker brochure down below.
Consultations for Therapists
Deniss believes in the power of mentorship and access to information. She makes herself available for therapists in training as well as new therapists in private practice for consultations. Contact her below for information about fees and to book a consultation.
Workshop, Panels, and Podcast Interviews on Impostor Syndrome, Burnout, and Financial Trauma