Hispanic Family Counseling

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Awards Presented to Hispanic Family Counseling, Inc.


  • Hispanic Family Counseling, Inc. was a finalist in the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metro Orlando's 2015 Don Quijote Awards in the Hispanic Business of the Year, Five Years or Less category.



#HispaFam Therapists of the Year


Mary Jane Tolmasoff, Therapist of the Year, 2013

Anacelis Diaz, Therapist of the Year, 2014

Jessica Heredia, Therapist of the Year, 2015

Elba Rivera, Therapist of the Year, 2016


#HispaFam Employees of the Year


Olga Acevedo, Employee of the Year, 2013

Olga Acevedo, Employee of the Year, 2014

Valeria Morales, Employee of the Year, 2015

Angela Ayala, Employee of the Year, 2016


Awards Presented to our #HispaFam Team Members


​Denisse Lamas

  • 2006, Intervention Specialist of the Year, presented by The Center For Drug Free Living
  • 2015, Social Worker of the Year, presented by the Central Florida National Association for Social Workers
  • 2015, Outstanding Alumni of the Year, presented by the University of Central Florida
  • 2015, Lighthouse Award at the Premios El Faro for being a beacon of light in the community, presented by the Working Together Coalition / Trabajando Juntos
  • 2017, Finalist for the Community Leadership Award, presented by Mujeres Destacadas


Jasmin Suarez

  • 2009, Excellence in Teaching Award, presented by the Ana G. Mendez University System
  • 2015, Support Person of the Year at Northlake Park Community School, presented by Orange County Public Schools​


Daniela Astudillo

  • ​2013-2015, Recipient of Full Graduate Scholarship, presented by Senescyt in Ecuador
  • 2004-2009, Recipient of Full University Scholarship, presented by Panamericana University in Ecuador
  • 2009, Medal for Academic Merit, presented by Panamericana University in Ecuador
  • 2008, Honor Diploma for Academic Merit, presented by Panamericana University in Ecuador
  • 2003, Honor Diploma for Academic Merit, presented by Rosa de Jesus Cordero High School in Ecuador


Lizeth Osorio

  • 2008, Stand Down Award for assisting homeless veterans, presented by Veteran Affairs​