Julio VieyraMazon, LMFT

Julio VieyraMazon, LMFT

Julio VieryraMazon is a bilingual License Marriage and Family Therapist in the state of California. His warm approach is excellent for working with children, adults, couples, and families. As a patient center therapist, his focus is to bring clarity to life’s struggles. Today, Julio’s education and professional training has earned him a variety of experience working with different populations. By working with Julio VieyraMazon, you will start the difficult, yet rewarding journey of therapy, with a guided hand who has been there before.


  • Bachelor’s of Arts - California State University, Northridge 
  • Master in Marriage and Family Therapy - National University

Awards & Certificates

  • Domestic violence training 
  • Wraparound training 

Clinical Interests


English, Spanish

What can patients expect from you as a provider? I am client-centered therapist who likes to have the patient lead the session. As therapy starts, I believe the client therapy relationship is the foundation of the therapeutic work. As the relationship evolves, I like for the client to feel comfortable and safe. This allows the patient an ability to address their life issues at their own pace.

What do you specialize in?

  • Children-Play Therapy 
  • Adolescents with drug abusive behaviors
  • Families 
  • Detained and incarcerated population

What makes you different as a provider? What I think makes me different from other therapist is my ability to accommodate to different environments. I have work in the low social economic status communities, prisons, mandated programing, and detention centers. My experience as a therapist and case manager has been earned across the entire United States. The ability to work in in these different fields has allowed my cultural empathy to grow. 

How would you describe your family? Easy going, outgoing, and humorous. 

What sort interests or hobbies do you have?  I love to work out and to play sports - like boxing.

Can you recommend 5 resources for your patients?

  • Homeless shelters
  • Domestic violence shelters 
  • LGTBI services
  • Support groups
  • Narcotic Anonymous
  • Alcoholic Anonymous