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Latinx Well-Being & emotional health and well being

Below are the best resources we could find on Latinx Well-Being and emotional health and well being.

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I Was Taught that Therapy Was “Para Locos”—But the Pandemic Pushed Me to See It Differently

Eso es para locos. Esta generación... siempre inventando. These are the words I’d hear anytime I mentioned therapy or mental health growing up.

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How ‘Instagram Therapy’ Helps Normalize Latinx Mental Healthcare

The Latinx community is just as vulnerable to mental illness as the general population, but faces disparities in treatment.

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Why Focusing on Yourself Is the Real Call to Action During BIPOC Mental Health Month

I’m learning that my challenge isn’t just to unlearn what my family has taught me, but to put myself in situations that would reaffirm the new lessons I was trying to replace the old ones with.

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Racism and Mental Health

Black, Indigenous, and People of Color are the target of prejudice, systemic discrimination, microaggressions, and physical acts of violence due to the color of their skin.

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Your Journey: Hispanic/Latinx

The mental health needs and experiences of Hispanic/Latinx people vary among subgroups.

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Why Is It Taboo to Talk About Mental Health? | Soul Stories, Mental Health

We've been seeing more and more people talking about mental health within the media, but within our own families and communities, mental health still seems to be a taboo topic.

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Grief and Loss in the Latinx Community

In this episode we speak with Paulina Isabel Almarosa who is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Founder of Latinx Grief. We discuss what grief and grieving is, how grief causes changes within us, how to help a loved one grieving and resources for those grieving.

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Break the Stigma with Founder of Consent Parenting

In this special Break the Stigma episode, and final segment of Season 3, we get to know Rosalia Rivera - a coach, consent educator specialist, mom and founder of Consent Parenting.

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Immigrant Youth’s Mental Health

In this episode we speak with Stephanie Del Chiaro who is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and owner of her private practice in San Francisco, CA.

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What Is Play Therapy?

Play Therapy is a specialized psychotherapy approach for working with children and helping them process their feelings using toys & games. Andrea Vargas is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, a Registered Play Therapist-Supervisor, EMDR trained and a Certified FirstPlay Practitioner.

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