WEBINAR! Therapy is Ours: De-stigmatizing & Decolonizing Mental Health

About the Webinar: This webinar 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 Chicanx community (and other Brown, Black, Indigenous communities). This is an On-Line event … Continue reading WEBINAR! Therapy is Ours: De-stigmatizing & Decolonizing Mental Health

WEBINAR on Cultural Responsiveness in Crisis Situations – March 26th

About The Webinar The role of cultural values and beliefs are key components in our expressions of well-being and distress. In this webinar, we will review foundations of culturally responsive communication, discuss the role of culture in crisis situations, and learn culturally appropriate responses in … Continue reading WEBINAR on Cultural Responsiveness in Crisis Situations – March 26th

A Platica on Community Violence & Healing: An evening with Roberto Cintli Rodriguez & the Institute of Chicana/o Psychology

Join us for an evening with Roberto Cintli Rodriguez as he discusses his most recent book Yolqui, a Warrior Summoned from the Spirit World: Testimonios on Violence, published by U of Arizona Press. “This book makes evident the links between colonial violence against Red-Black-Brown bodies … Continue reading A Platica on Community Violence & Healing: An evening with Roberto Cintli Rodriguez & the Institute of Chicana/o Psychology

May 26th – Working with Culturally Diverse Families & Clients

May is Mental Health Awareness Month! This training will discuss a Competency-based, Culturally Responsive approach to working with diverse families & clients. Acculturation, ethnic identity, collectivistic v. individualistic orientations, gender roles will be discussed. The training is for mental health and social service providers BUT … Continue reading May 26th – Working with Culturally Diverse Families & Clients