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About Anna

I'm Anna M. Tepedino, a therapist with over a decade of experience in the field of mental health. I grew up in Colombia and moved to the United States where I completed my college studies and training as a clinical social worker. Houston has been my home for over 12 years.

My approach is rooted in compassion, warmth, and acceptance, tailored to each client's needs. I've undergone training in therapies such as Internal Family Systems (IFS), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Exposure & Response Prevention (ERP). Currently, I'm expanding my skills with yoga teacher training and trauma-informed yoga certification.

Beyond my professional life, I cherish time with loved ones, express myself through art, and find comfort in nature. My diverse experiences and dedication to growth shape me into a therapist dedicated to support individuals from all backgrounds on their journey to mental wellness.

​I currently serve individuals (18+) and families throughout Texas.

If you're curious to learn more about the services I offer, click here.


Hamsa & Triskel symbols

The Hamsa symbol also known as the hand of Fatima or hand of Miriam is a palm-shaped amulet embraced across diverse cultures and religious traditions as a sign of protection, power, and strength. The Triskel symbol in the middle, represents the three elements of earth, water, and air but it is also thought to represent in Celtic culture the maiden, mother, and crone.


Master's in Social Work

Specialization in Latino Social Work

University of Houston

2023 - Present

Depth Counseling


Michener Institute, Canada


Cannabis Educator*

Fellowship Program


Kennesaw State University

Bachelor of Science in Psychology 

Minor in Statistics and Data Analysis

Licensed Clinical Social Worker# 59417

**DISCLAIMER: Possession of the Cannabis Educator Certificate does not authorize Anna to endorse or engage in cannabis use outside legal frameworks. Anna employs her knowledge to offer education and non-judgmental support, prioritizing risk assessment, cultural competence, and confidentiality.

“We have more possibilities available in each moment than we realize.”

― Thich Nhat Hanh

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