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Break the stigma of mental health as it relates to the Latinx community. Learn self-help techniques, how to support ourselves or those around us that struggle with mental illnesses and create cultural competency for other providers working with the Latinx population.

Latinx Therapy Adriana Alejandre, LMFT | Conversations about Mental Health Myths and Welln

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.8 • 498 Ratings

Break the stigma of mental health as it relates to the Latinx community. Learn self-help techniques, how to support ourselves or those around us that struggle with mental illnesses and create cultural competency for other providers working with the Latinx population.

    Recuperando del Duelo

    Recuperando del Duelo

    En este segmento sobre abuso de sustancias, damos la bienvenida a Paulina Isabel Almarosa , LCSW de Los Angeles, California, y la fundadora de Latinx Grief- una comunidad digital para personas que están recuperando de una perdida. 
    Ella nos habla de su experiencia profesional del duelo, cómo se define, los efectos que tiene sobre  la mente, el cuerpo y el espirito, la mejor manera de apoyar a alguien y también comparte recursos. Sigue a Paulina en Instagram @latinxgrief 
    Si te gusta este episodio, déjanos una reseña en iTunes! 
    Para apoyar esta causa, considere donar, contáctenos en info@latinxtherapy.com o continúe a través de Venmo handle @latinxtherapy. 
    Síganos en las redes sociales: IG / Twitter: @LatinxTherapy, Facebook: Latinx Therapy
    Recursos Bilingüe: 
    Encuentre un terapeuta: www.latinxtherapy.com/find-a-therapist
    Megan Davine- Está bien que no estés bien
    The Dougy Center: https://www.dougy.org/ 
    Our Grief House (en Los Angeles): https://www.ourhouse-grief.org/ 

    Nacional: Busquen por internet la oficina de Victimas de Crimen en su estado para terapia gratiuta y otros tipos de ayudas. 

    • 16 min
    Grief and Loss in the Latinx Community 

    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. 
    Follow our guest, Paulina Isabel Almarosa, LCSW on Instagram: @latinxgrief & stay tuned for her to launch her private practice!
    If you like this episode, leave us a review on iTunes. 
     
    Follow us on social media: IG/Twitter: @LatinxTherapy, Facebook: Latinx Therapy. 
    If you’d like to contribute to the projects and the podcast, please consider donating to our fundraiser. 
    Find a Therapist: http://www.latinxtherapy.com
    Resources Mentioned in Episode: 
    Book: It’s Ok that You’re Not Ok- Megan Devine (available in Spanish)  
    The National Grief Center for Children & Families: dougy.org   
    Groups in SoCal: ourhouse-grief.org (free groups & education for children & adults)  
    Nationwide: Google your state’s Victims of Crime program for free counseling (for victims of crimes)

    • 22 min
    Season 4 Trailer!

    Season 4 Trailer!

    Welcome to Season 4! We made it fam! 
     
    In this trailer, founder of Latinx Therapy, Adriana Alejandre gives insight as to how season 4 will be structured and updates you all on some life changes. 
     
    If you are new to Latinx Therapy, feel free to catch up on other episodes that catch your eye & we recommend sharing a Spanish episode with a family member, too. Use #latinxtherapy on social media to refer to the podcast!
     
    Adriana will discuss various mental health topics with not only Latinx mental health professionals, but also with community members. Our episodes stay focused on the myths carried in our culture from generations ago, with a decolonized perspective. 
     
    If you’d like to contribute to the projects and the podcast, please consider donating to our fundraiser: https://donorbox.org/latinxtherapy 
     
    For more information and bilingual resources, visit latinxtherapy.com 
     

    Follow Us on Our Channels: 
    Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, TikTok: @latinxtherapy 

    • 8 min
    Break the Stigma with Founder of Consent Parenting!

    Break the Stigma with Founder of Consent Parenting!

    Trigger Warning- In this episode we discuss sexual abuse & there is a mention of porn.
    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.
    We learn about digital safety and ways to protect our children from online predators, whether they are strangers or people you & your child may know. We discuss ways human traffickers use online spaces to access children, demystify the myths around online safety and educate you on what grooming may look like.
    About our guest, Rosalia Rivera:
    Consent Parenting: https://www.consentparenting.com/
    Her Podcast: https://aboutconsent.com
    Facebook: Consent Parenting
    Instagram: @consentparenting
    If you like this episode, leave us a review on Apple Podcasts.
    Follow us on social media: IG/Twitter: @LatinxTherapy, Facebook: Latinx Therapy. 
    To support this cause please consider donating, contact us at info@latinxtherapy.com or donate via Venmo  @latinxtherapy. 

    Find a Therapist: www.latinxtherapy.com/find-a-therapist

    Resources from Episode:
    Amaze.org (Eng/Spa) CommonSenseMedia.org (Eng/Spa)

    • 29 min
    Salud Mental de los Jóvenes Inmigrantes

    Salud Mental de los Jóvenes Inmigrantes

    En este segmento, tenemos una discusión con Stephanie Del Chiaro, terapeuta licenciada de matrimonio y familia, y también la fundadora de su consultorio en San Francisco, CA. Hablamos sobre las implicaciones emocionales del estatus migratorio, familia, educación, e intervenciones que ayudarán a los jóvenes inmigrantes en terapia.
    Información sobre nuestra invitada, Stephanie:

    Instagram: @sdc_therapy Puede comunicarse con Stephanie y su práctica en: sites.google.com/stephaniedelchiaro.org/therapy/home  Stephanie también es un miembro de nuestro directorio: latinxtherapy.com/therapists/stephanie-del-chiaro-lmft/ 
    Si te gusta este episodio, déjanos un comentario en Apple Podcasts Review. 
    Síguenos en las redes: IG/Twitter: @LatinxTherapy, Facebook: Latinx Therapy. 
    Para apoyar esta causa, considere hacer una donación para ayudar con los costos de producción.Venmo @LatinxTherapy. 
    Encuentre un terapeuta: www.latinxtherapy.com/find-a-therapist
    Recursos mencionado en el segmento:
    Informed Immigrant: https://www.informedimmigrant.com/ Immigrants Rising: https://immigrantsrising.org/  First5 CA: https://www.first5california.com/en-us/  Servicios legales: https://www.chirla.org/  Dreamers RoadMap- para becas: http://dreamersroadmap.org/ 

    • 25 min
    Immigrant Youth's Mental Health

    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. We discuss the mental health implications of immigration status, family, school issues, and interventions that are helpful for immigrant youth in therapy. 
    Information about Our Guest: Stephanie Del Chiaro:
    Instagram:@sdc_therapy 
    Check out her practice at: sites.google.com/stephaniedelchiaro.org/therapy/home 
    Stephanie is also a member of our directory, check out her profile: latinxtherapy.com/therapists/stephanie-del-chiaro-lmft/ 
    If you like this episode, leave us a review on iTunes. 
    Follow us on social media: IG/Twitter: @LatinxTherapy, Facebook: Latinx Therapy. 
    To support this cause please consider donating to help with production costs. Donate via Venmo @latinxtherapy. 
    Find a Therapist: www.latinxtherapy.com/therapist 
    Resources Mentioned in Episode: 
    Informed Immigrant: https://www.informedimmigrant.com/ Immigrants Rising: https://immigrantsrising.org/  First5 CA: https://www.first5california.com/en-us/  Legal Services: https://www.chirla.org/  Informed Immigrant Guide for Clinicians: https://www.informedimmigrant.com/guides/daca-mental-health-providers/  Dreamers RoadMap- to find scholarships: http://dreamersroadmap.org/  Mutual Aid & Immigrant Advocate: Instagram- @EdwinSotos

    • 29 min

Customer Reviews

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498 Ratings

498 Ratings

ELRA ARANDA ,

The episode on anxiety really helped!!!

Hello, I just wanted to let you know how much your session about anxiety really helped me figure out my own body & recognize signs of anxiety.

Thank you so much! 🙏🏼

@MichaelUnbroken ,

Fantastic podcast🔥🔥

I just wanted to take a moment and say thank you for creating such an impactful podcast! I believe that we all have a voice that deserves to be heard. Thank you for putting this into the world! BE UNBROKEN! @MichaelUnbroken

june soul ,

Eye opening/soul opening/mind opening podcast!

I am non-stop recommending this podcast to my friends and family including my parents. We think there are enough resources out there but Latinx Therapy serves our community so specifically and deeply in English AND Spanish. I can’t give Adriana Alejandre enough praises for her dedication in building this. Thank you!

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