Hi, I am Carlos Guerrero, founder and owner of Inspiration Point Counseling Inc.

Sometimes with life’s challenges, people can get “stuck” in vicious cycles: the things they do to solve an issue can inadvertently keep it going. Engaging in therapy means you are taking the steps to break this cycle. My intent is to build trust and rapport while we mutually work towards your emotional well-being. I have provided professional counseling in various clinical settings from supportive housing, multidisciplinary teams alongside medical providers to community mental health settings.

As a bilingual and bicultural individual I respect the importance of longstanding traditions, as well as new ones. I specialize working with individuals who may experience various challenges be it family and relationship issues, depression and anxiety and life transitions. My approach is practical, focused on your strengths, and solution oriented.

Using a cognitive behavioral therapy approach I will work with you to make connections between your thoughts, emotions, and behaviors. Jointly, we will identify your strengths and cultivate skills to help you manage your life. Therapy is a collaborative effort. Together, we will create a calm and non-judgmental environment in which you may reach your goals.


Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the state of California.

License #92579; Board of Behavioral Sciences

Bachelor of Science, Major in Sociology and Global/International Studies, Minor in Spanish from the University of California Santa Barbara.

Masters in Social Work from California State University Long Beach.

Professional Training and Experience

University of Colorado, Wardenburg Health Center, Department of Psychological Health and Psychiatry.

Metropolitan State College of Denver Counseling Center.

University of Colorado, Counseling and Psychological Services.

Kaiser Permanente, Outpatient Behavioral Health.

Professional Psychology Center.

Personal Interests

Horse Interactions

Yoga and mindfulness practice

Reiki and Muscle Testing

HeartMarth and EmWave self-regulation practice

Creative therapeutic writing opportunities