Organización Sicológica y Espiritual de Ayuda Social

"Yo les traeré sanidad y medicina; y los curaré" Jeremías 33:6a 

Luisette López, Ph.Dc, MC, LCP, CHES

López is licensed in Professional Counseling and licensed un Health Education under the law of the Estado Libre Asociado de Puerto Rico. She obtained her bachelor’s degree in Community Health Education on the University of Puerto Rico Medical Sciences Campus. In 2001, she obtained her masters on Marriage and Family Counseling from the University of Pheonix- Puerto Rico Campus. At the present time, she’s finishing a doctorate degree in Psychology Counseling at the Universidad Interamericana.

At an early age, López felt a calling from God to minister through music and adoration, as well as in community service and missionary working in the areas of Carolina, San Juan, Vieques, Culebra, Comerio and in the church.

At a profesional level, she collaborated voluntarily with entities like: MARCHA, American Society of Cancer- PR Chapter, Hogares Crea, Impacto Teatral, GraceLand Ministries, Junta para el Desarrollo de las Misiones (before named CODEM). At the present time, she Works as a volunteer for the Puertorican Asociation of Professional Counseling (APCP).

She has written professional articles for el Nuevo Dia and other bulletins under her entity OSEAS and in personal character, as well as she has offered multiple presentations about well-being and health, sexuality, conflict management, mental health, spiritual health, among others. Luisette has written music for the Grupo Cantico Celestes (Matices) and for various theatre plays presented in the community of Carolina and Guayama, among them: Alguien Llama a la PUerta (1990), Preso (1992), Buenas Noches me llamo Juan (1998, Despertar de Navidad (2004), el Ungido (2008), and others.

At the present time, Luisette Lopez is a member of the Cruzada Evangélica Misionera Church in Caimito, Puerto Rico.

“If some glory, all glory be to God the father, Creator of the heavens and the earth. Because in reality we are unprofitable servants, for what we should do and what God expects us to do, that we will do until Jesus’ return.”