LCSW, MSS, MLSP, Founder and CEO
Joyce C. Moya is a compassionate provider and zealous advocate for her clients. As an attentive listener and master communicator, Joyce delivers holistic mental and physical wellness by seamlessly integrating practice modalities to best suit the unique needs of her clients.
Joyce established Hózhó Behavioral Health and Life Coaching Services, PLLC in 2017. With 28 years of invaluable experience, Joyce has held numerous positions, serving diverse communities around the U.S. Working with individuals, couples, and families, Joyce specializes in serving active and retired or separated service men and women to address challenges to include; Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, and Adjustment Disorder. Additionally, she assists clients facing a variety of concerns such as; Anxiety, Depression, trauma, self-esteem, and relational conflict. Joyce’s practice is founded in Native American values of holistic healing and incorporates best suited modalities in her treatment such as; Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Solution-Focused Therapy, Mindfulness, Meditation, and Motivational Interviewing.
Having earned a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from The University of Scranton, Joyce went on to earn her Masters of Social Work from Bryn Mawr College. Shortly thereafter, she obtained her Masters of Law & Social Policy from Bryn Mawr College. Joyce is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the state of Virginia and a certified International Life Coach.
Joyce’s unique experiences have fostered her passion for serving those within the military culture, in a way that provides support, validation, and healing. Joyce regularly works to address social injustice, and encourages her clients to embrace their cultural and ethnic diversity through empowerment practices. She is an avid nature enthusiast and animal lover, who enjoys taking walks with her husband Hector, and their dog Havana.
Havana is an exuberant, 4 year old, AKC Certified Siberian Husky. Through her playful and kind demeanor, she offers a unique type of support to individuals. Havana is patient, gentle, and friendly to all who she comes to meet. She is intuitive during sessions with those who choose to have her present, often responding to the client’s grief, anxiety, or stress in a calming and uplifting manner.
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What People Say
Professionalism with a personal caring touch. Creates a perfect atmosphere for healing.
...You have helped me to navigate through my issues, my family and I appreciate you for keeping it real and upfront with strategies to deal with my personal issues.
Joyce has the love for helping others, super easy to talk to.
Get in Touch
540.940.6522 | firstname.lastname@example.org
2215 Plank Road; Fredericksburg, VA 22401
Bonnie Seeyouma, a New Mexican Native American Artist, used Joyce’s love of Hózhó and Native American culture as inspiration and created a piece of art that embodies the practice’s values and foundation.
At the center is the Spiral, an ancient and enduring symbol for Native Americans which represents the winding journey one must take inward to truly know and love one’s innermost self and attain infinite wisdom and power.
Later, this artwork was utilized in the creation of the new logo by Victoria Hunt of Hunt Creative Company.