The Institute of Chicana/o Psychology offers online educational courses in Chicana/o/x Psychology annually on a rotating basis. Please click the link below or select from the Menu above for course descriptions and next offerings! https://razapsychology.org/online-courses-in-chicana-o-x-psychology/
On-line course in Chicana/o/x Psychology! “Explorations in Chicana/o/x Identity” is our 2nd course in Chicana/o/x Psychology.
The Institute is a community-building entity focused on wellness and strengths of the Chicana/o/x community through the lens of Chicana/o/x Psychology. In our work, we address both risk and protective factors related to the wellness of the Chicana/o/x community, including historical factors of oppression as … Continue reading Institute of Chicana/o Psychology – Who We Are
On-going monthly group consultation from a Chicanx Affirmative Approach developed by Dr. Manuel X. Zamarripa The consultation groups will be from 11am – 12pm CENTRAL TIME (9am-10am PACIFIC) The dates will be: Feb. 5th, Mar. 5th, Apr. 9th, May 7th. Dates after May will be … Continue reading Group Consultation: Decolonizing & Re-indigenizing for Raza Clinicians
Clinicians listed here have successfully completed our training in Chicana/o/x Affirmative Therapy. Jessica Dominguez (she/her/ella), LMFT Licensed in: California Services: On-line & Phone Area(s) of Focus: Cultural identity, Anxiety, Trauma, Integrative Psychology, Acculturation, Anxiety/panic, Cultural development, Grief & loss, Identity, Relationship & interpersonal issues, Self-esteem/Assertiveness, … Continue reading Directory of Chicana/o/x Affirmative Clinicians
Dr. Manuel X. Zamarripa, Co-founder of the Institute of Chicana/o/x Psychology discussed the importance of history, especially for mental health and psychological development of our people.
By Dr. Manuel X. Zamarripa, Jessica Tlazoltiani Zamarripa, Graciella CastilloHaving a rooted sense of self is important for all, but particularly for groups that have a history (and contemporary experience) of being marginalized. Brown communities in particular have long dealt with negative stereotypes, discrimination, and … Continue reading History is Our Heritage: Centering History & the Psychology of Who We Are.
October 29th, 10am – 1pm CDT This workshop platica will focus on some of the issues Brown/Chicanx youth face in current society and the concerns that parents have about raising them in today’s world. Our teens & pre-teens face many negative stereotypes in a society … Continue reading Being a Brown Teenager: Identity, Power, y Familia
September 25th 8pm – 10pm CDT Online Event This circle will be facilitated by Tlazoltiani Jessica Zamarripa, co-founder of the Institute of Chicana/o/x Psychology. Brown mamas have many beautiful cultural and ancestral strengths, however, we are not always connected to these legacies of wisdom. Brown … Continue reading Circle for Brown Mamas: Fuerza y Reconectando with the Divine Feminine
NOV. 12th, DEC 3th, JAN 7th, JAN 28th – All Sessions 11am – 1:30pm CDT This 4-session training it the second level of the Chicana/o/x Affirmative Therapy Training Series. Each session is 2.5 hours and will contain two case scenarios each session. In particular, Level … Continue reading Chicanx Affirmative Therapy Training Series – Level 2, 2022
September 10th, 2022 11:00am – 2pm CDT. This will be an on-line Webinar using zoom.us This training workshop will explore the idea that the process of therapy (talking with a professional for work on one’s struggles) actually connects historically with the ancestral practices of the … Continue reading Therapy is Ours: De-Stigmatizing & Decolonizing Mental Health
August 16th, 12pm – 2pm CDT (10am – 12pm Pacific) This will be an online workshop. In this session we will discuss specific historical contexts and contemporary intergenerational patterns of the Chicanx/Latinx community. A genogram is a specific type of diagram originally used in family … Continue reading A Healing Genogram Workshop: Cultural, Familial, Ancestral Resources