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Author: Adriana Alejandre, LMFT | Conversations about Mental Health Myths and Welln

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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.
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The website is LIVE. You can find it on www.latinxtherapy.com! This website is fully bilingual and you'll be able to find the newest directory of Latinx Therapists and Psychologists. We are still undergoing sign ups so please be patient with us. In this directory there are very culture specific realities that you can choose from such as English Speaking Anxiety, Farmworkers, Immigration, Acculturation, among many others. You can find professionals who are conducting immigration evaluations, too! In the website you’ll find bilingual recommended books, mental health YouTube channels, downloadable pdfs, mental health apps, a mental health screening from Mental Health America who I have partnered with, and bilingual non-profits that serve the community for free or low cost in the following areas: mental heath, legal, education, and community like food banks or job trainings. You can filter by state and need. All the shows are currently being transcribed so that our deaf and hard of hearing community can have access to them. They should be complete by next week! I really want my site to be fully accessible to all. We also have new shirts for our new campaign! All shirts are on sale for $17 instead of $22. You can contact us at info@latinxtherapy.com to place your order. Within the next week you'll be able to order it online. Homepage Artwork by: Favianna Rodriguez Read Favianna Rodgriguez’s Q&A with Ben & Jerry: https://www.benjerry.com/whats-new/2018/10/qa-favianna-rodriguez Partnerships: Mental Health America: http://www.mentalhealthamerica.net/  DREAMers Roadmap:  http://www.dreamersroadmap.com/  Follow us on social media: @LatinxTherapy 
Season 3 will be dedicated to Children's Mental Health topics. Please note that I recorded many of these interviews in 2018 but just was not been able to edit and release them due to many schedule changes I had in my life in 2019. The reason why I had thought of having a whole season on children mental health is truly because there’s a child in all of us, so even if you are not a parent or caregiver, this is for anyone who grew up as a child in the Latinx culture.  In this trailer, I give a few updates with Latinx Therapy including We opened a wellness center in Burbank, CA and are renting office spaces & have a group/training room for events (fits 30 people). We are also renting our podcast studio for $12/hr. calendly.com/latinxtherapy Latinx Therapy is launching a speaker directory so organizations can find a Latinx mental health professional for workshops, panels, keynotes & more. Check us out on our site!  Our Therapist-Directory is growing! Find your Latinx Therapist on www.latinxtherapy.com/therapists If you need to use your insurance, check out our Resources tab & select "Non-Profits" then filter by state and "mental health." Sponsorships/ad spots on the podcast for Latinx small business owners, fill out if interested in 15-second pre-roll ads: https://forms.gle/rQgN4a5hHoGZsiQQ6 I will be posting my events and upcoming speaking engagements on my homepage of our website, and on my Facebook, Instagram & Twitter. Follow us: @latinxtherapy  Thank you for all your support! Next episode is set to release on Tuesday or Wednesday of next week! 
Latinx Therapy is a bilingual weekly podcast that discusses mental health from a cultural and psychological perspective. Join Adriana Alejandre interview professionals that support and specialize in mental health related topics to give a sneak peek of what goes on psychologically and to give professional knowledge about myths carried on in our culture from generations ago. Each episode will be referred to a "sesión" (a "session" in Spanish). In this introductory sesión, you will learn more about your host and what to expect on the podcast. We will release episodes on Tuesdays and the following are the various kinds of sesiónes we will be offering: QUESTION & ANSWER Segments will be part of all episodes. Record your message on the recorder found on the website to have your question aired and/or answered. Leave your name and state if you would like for your question to air! BREAK THE STIGMA Guest segments will feature individuals who have overcome challenges, demystified stereotypes and created a different path, in hopes of empowering listeners and bringing awareness to mental health and the Latinx culture. These segments are more so stories of strength. #BreakTheStigma episodes will air at the end of the month.  BONUS sesiónes will be in Spanish. There is no set schedule as to when they would air but they will come out in addition to our regularly scheduled episodes, so stay tuned on our social media! Follow us on Instagram and Twitter @LatinxTherapy, and Facebook will be "Latinx Therapy" and "Counseling and Trauma Therapy." Use #latinxtherapy on social media to refer to the podcast!  For more information and bilingual resources, visit latinxtherapy.live/
La chancla, which refers to a flip flop in Spanish, is a cultural discipline style that has evolved to be very symbolic. La chancla can also refer cords, cables, the belt, hangers, any item that can be used to inflict pain as a punishment. Often, it is also a trigger word and is a form of child abuse. In this special 1-hour sesión, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Maritza Plascencia shares her personal experience with la chancla, and dives deeper with her professional knowledge about the generational differences of la chancla, the use of it in schools, when discipline crosses the line, when professionals and people need to report, why it is used and what people can do instead.  You can find more about Maritza at www.mindfulquestrelationshipcounseling.com/  Instagram: @MindfulQuestRC Facebook: Mindful Quest Counseling Resources: ChildHelp: www.childhelp.org is a nonprofit dedicated to helping victims of child abuse, neglect and at-risk children. ChildWelfare: https://www.childwelfare.gov/ is a government site with educational resources for families and professionals Adult Survivors of Child Abuse (ASCA): http://www.ascasupport.org/ A trusted guide that described child abuse in depth: https://www.helpguide.org/articles/abuse/child-abuse-and-neglect.htm Parenting Techniques: https://suzukiassociation.org/news/25-nonviolent-discipline-options/ Recursos en Español  Hojas Informativas y guías: https://www.childwelfare.gov/spanish/#tab=general Línea de Apoyo para Padres (Eng/Spa): 1-855-427-2736 Técnicas sin Violencia para padres: www.counselingandtraumatherapy.com/tecnicassinviolencia Books: The Whole Brain Child by Dan Siegel No Drama Discipline & Workbook by Dan Siegel Everyday Blessings by Myla and Jon Kabat-Zinn
In sesión 3, Peruvian Elena Apaza, Board Certified Nurse Practitioner explores with me what Bipolar Disorder truly is and what it is not. She dives into the symptoms from the two different types of Bipolar Disorder, problems with diagnosing Bipolar Disorder, how this diagnosis is seen in our Latinx culture and what people in our community do when they do not get treatment. We also answer your questions and provide you all with language to use with someone who has disclosed this diagnosis to you.   Elena Apaza graduated from Regis College in Boston. She is an Advanced Practice Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner and Certified Nurse Practitioner currently in Massachusetts. She works in an outpatient mental health community center and a crisis stabilization unit. She specializes in mood disorders but treats many different psychiatric conditions.   Resources: Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance: www.dbsalliance.org International Bipolar Foundation: www.ibpf.org/  NAMI (National Alliance of Mental Illness): https://www.nami.org/ Recursos En Español: NAMI: https://www.nami.org/Find-Support/Diverse-Communities/Latino-Mental-Health/La-salud-mental-en-la-comunidad-latina Línea de ayuda: 1-800-950-NAMI (6264) (English, too) Mental Health America: http://www.mentalhealthamerica.net/conditions/trastorno-bipolar-lo-que-usted-necesita-saber Let me know what you thought about today’s episode! If you have any questions for myself or Elena, contact me on my social media pages or through email at latinxtherapypodcast@gmail.com FB: Official Latinx Therapy IG/Twitter: @LatinxTherapy
Transcript Nancy Salas, born in Nayarit, Mexico struggled with mental health realities after a family secret was disclosed to her. This secret shattered her life and spiraled her world into self-destruction. Nancy Salas had an epiphany after the birth of her daughter at the age of 16 years old that changed her perspective of the world. We talk about the psychological perspectives that helped her begin recovering, and the boundaries she learned from therapy that she had to set in place with her familia.  Find more about Nancy Salas at her family's YouTube channel: RealityChangers IG: @SimplyNancySalas Twitter: @NanSal26 Facebook:@RealityChangersFamily Resources:  Self-Injury 24-Hour Hotline: 1-800-334-HELP Suicide Support Line: 1-800-273-8255 (en español tambien) For more hotlines & tips on ways to stop: www.selfinjury.com Finding a Therapist Let me know what you thought about today’s episode! If you have any questions for myself or Nancy, contact her on her social media handles, or email me at latinxtherapypodcast@gmail.com  
In this sesión with Bianca Rodriguez, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, we talk about drugs and alcohol. We discuss what it means to be addicted and have a substance use disorder,  substances that make someone addicted, we review cultural habits that weigh in, how to set boundaries and ways to talk to someone struggling with these realities. Did you know that about 9.5 percent of Latinos will have alcohol dependence at some point in their lives? This is according to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. Bilingual Resources: SAMHSA HELP LINE: 1-800-662-HELP (4357) National Institute on Drug Abuse Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration Al-Anon   Alcoholics Anonymous  Narcotics Anonymous  English-Only Resources: Rethinking Drinking Facts & Quiz  Narcotics Anonymous SMART Recovery  National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism 2015 Fact Sheet  For kids and teens struggling with drugs  You can find Bianca on Instagram, FB and Twitter, her handle is: @YouAreComplete. Biana's website is www.youarecomplete.com. For any follow-up questions, contact her or latinxtherapypodcast@gmail.com. 
Hoy hablamos con Andrea Minski de sus secretos para encontrar la felicidad. Ella comparte con nosotros varias técnicas, incluyendo un ejercicio de Brasil, Capoeira. Este ejercicio incluye una combinación de música, baile, defensa personal y cultura. Ella trae su energía y alegría en este segmento y nos enseña sus técnicas para tratar con los niños para que uno aprenda la paciencia. Compartió cómo balancear ser madre y profesional, y cómo vivir una vida auténtica. Pueden perseguir a Andrea Minski en Facebook, Twitter y Instagram en @AndreaMinski y @Mujer Balance. Para cualquier pregunta: latinxtherapypodcast@gmail.com.  Recursos de hoy: Encuentren más en su página: http://mujerbalance.com/ Ejercicio de Respiración Profunda Cómo Meditar (Para Principiantes)  
Today we meet Zeahlot Lopez, LMFT. In this bilingual sesión, we talk about the intention of shame, intergenerational shame, shame in speaking Spanish, where this stems from and how you can work on shame, if you are not ready to enter into therapy. Most importantly, Zeahlot talks to us about her unique perspective of using shame as a strength and provides us with various tools. Zeahlot Lopez is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and a Licensed Cosmetologist in private practice in Sherman Oaks, CA. Her social media handle is: @VidaTherapy on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube & Instagram. Resources: The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz The Gifts of Imperfecting Parenting by Brene Brown Shame Ted Talk Recursos: Los cuatro acuerdos: una guia practica para la libertad personal de Don Miguel Ruiz De la verguenza a la autoestima de Ligia Almono de Jenichen y Gladys Brites de Vila. TED: Escuchando a la vergüenza Let me know what you think about today's episode on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook. Find us @LatinxTherapy. This is also the Venmo handle if you would like to support the podcast. Thank you all for your continuous love and support! 
Anxiety 101

Anxiety 101

2018-05-1532:381

“According to Mental Health America, over 21% of American adults between the ages of 18 and 64 will have a diagnosable anxiety disorder in a given year, that number represents 42.5 million people”. Welcome to sesión 8, where Yesenia Reta, LCSW, and I bring our anxiety specialties into one interview for you. We define what anxiety is, go over different type of anxieties, review anxiety in our culture, and the symptoms that anxiety brings. We also go over where anxiety comes from and bring to you some useful tools to help you combat anxiety. Towards the end of the sesión, I announce the how to enter into the Latinx Therapy Podcast T-shirt giveaway! Contest ends Sunday, May 20 at 11:59PM (Pacific Time). Winner will be announced next Tuesday during the sesión.  Find Yesenia at www.fullnessoflifecounseling.com Her Instagram is: @CounselingBradenton and her FB is: Fullness of Life Counseling.  If you would like to share your experiences with anxiety, feel free to email me at latinxtherapypodcast@gmail.com or find me on any social media site. Twitter, Facebook or Instagram @LatinxTherapy. If you’re interested in supporting the podcast, our Venmo is @LatinxTherapy. Any support is deeply appreciated.    Resources- For more info about anxiety, check these out: Anxiety and Depression Association of Anxiety Mental Health America  Check out Pacifica, an app that helps reduce stress.
Viviendo con Ansiedad

Viviendo con Ansiedad

2018-05-1720:01

“Más de 21% de adultos estadounidenses de entre los 18 y 64 anos tendrán un trastorno de ansiedad que pueda diagnosticarse en un ano dado, según Mental Health America. Este porcentaje representa 42.5 millones de personas.” Bienvenidos a sesión 8. Hoy mi invitada es Yesenia Reta, trabajadora social clínica de Bradenton, Florida. Hoy Yesenia y yo combínanos nuestras especialidades de ansiedad y colaboramos en este segmento. Hablamos de la definición de la ansiedad clínica, los síntomas de la ansiedad, causas de donde viene la ansiedad y como puede apoyar a alguien que sufre de ansiedad. Hablamos también de técnicas que uno puedo usar si esta sufriendo con ansiedad.  Al fin del segmento, va escuchar cómo puede entrar al concurso para ganar una camisa del Latinx Therapy podcast. El concurso se concluye el domingo mayo 20 a las 11:59PM tiempo pacífico. Voy a anunciar el ganador en mis redes social y en el segmento en ingles que sale el martes, y el del próximo jueves. Por favor dejen su alias de las redes sociales en su comentario del podcast. Encuentre a Yesenia en www.fullnessoflifecounseling.com Instagram: @CounselingBradenton Facebook: Fullness of Life Counseling Si quisiera compartir su experiencia con ansiedad, mándeme un correo electrónico a latinxtherapypodcast@gmail.com o un mensaje en mis redes sociales. Twitter, Facebook o Instagram @LatinxTherapy. Si quiere apoyar la misión del podcast, puede donar en Venmo o Paypal @LatinxTherapy. Recursos: Clinica Ansiedad Ayuda Ansiedad y Depresion Un artículo buenísimo sobre los varios trastornos de ansiedad y más.  Prueba de ansiedad 
Maldita Depresión

Maldita Depresión

2018-05-2425:32

¡Bienvenidos a la sesión número 11! Hoy hablé con Cecilia Racine, trabajadora social con licencia clínica de la ciudad de Fairfax en el estado de Virginia, localizada en la área de Washington, D.C. Ella compartió su experiencia y sabiduría sobre las diversas formas de cómo se manifiesta la depresión dentro de nuestra cultura. Hablamos sobre lo que es la depresión clínica, los síntomas comunes, la diferencia entre la tristeza y la depresión y las formas de ayudarse a sí mismo y a otras personas. A veces, uno cree que alguien que demuestra ser feliz, no puede deprimirse y si lo manifiesta es una forma de manipulación. Cecilia nos presenta una perspectiva profesional sobre este tema. ¡El ganador del concurso de camisetas se anunciara al final de esta sesión! Asegúrese de enviar sus preguntas por correo electrónico a latinxtherapypodcast@gmail.com o mensaje directo en cualquier sitio de las redes sociales @LatinxTherapy (Facebook, Instagram o Twitter). Encuentre más sobre los servicios de Cecilia en: www.altavistatherapy.com Recursos: Más información sobre depresión: https://www.nimh.nih.gov/health/publications/espanol/depresion/index.shtml http://www.mentalhealthamerica.net/issues/latinohispanic-communities-and-mental-health#Source%206 Video sobre la depresión: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d0PrRzrsKew&t=5s Línea telefónica para recibir ayuda: 1-888-628-9454 https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/help-yourself/en-espanol/  
Listen to our second Break the Stigma guest, Pam Covarrubias, as she discloses about her journey towards forgiveness with various experiences, including abandonment from her father, a toxic relationship with an ex, her mentality after the break-up from this toxic relationship and sexual assault. She gives her perception on reporting her sexual assault experience. In this segment, Pam also dives into the discrimination during her college years in the Midwest. See the resources below for the sexual assault bilingual hotline.  Trigger Warning: This segment includes Pam's personal experience with sexual assault.   Pam can be found on Instagram: @CafeconPAMpodcast, or @Cobiux. To learn more about Pam’s creations, visit her website: www.spreadideasmovepeople.com Find me @LatinxTherapy on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter or Venmo. Email me at latinxtherapypodcast@gmail.com for any questions or resources. I want to thank Cynthia Navarro for donating for today’s segment. She has an Etsy store that offers party supplies and gift décor, please check her out at OhSoLivelyStudio. Thank you, Cynthia! Resources: If you or someone you know has experienced sexual assault, RAINN (the rape, abuse & incest national network)  is the nation’s largest anti-sexual violence organization that has many programs to help survivors and ensure that perpetrators are brought to justice. Sexual Assault 24/7 Bilingual Hotline: 1-800-656-4673 (They have a live chat available) https://www.rainn.org/ Dreamers Roadmap App- A place where DREAMERS can find scholarships for college.  http://www.dreamersroadmap.com/   
Jacquie Marquez hablo de lo que es importante consumir para que uno no tenga cambios de humor fuerte, técnicas que uno puede usar con niños que son difíciles para comer “picky”, habla de la importancia de la alimentación en los niños, y de los alimentos en frutas y vegetables específicos. Habla de cuales suplemento nos beneficia para no tener muchos cambios de humor, y también nos explica que alimento necesita el cuerpo cuando nuestro sistema nervioso esta activado. Y al fin, da respuesta a una preguntas común como: ¿Como le enseño a mi hijo/a comer vegetales? ¿Y porque los niños rechazan las comidas? Encuentren a Jacquie: http://www.jacquiemarquez.com/. Instagram, Facebook, Twitter y YouTube: Jacquie Marquez.  ¡Su libro de recetas, Loncheras Al Rescate, va llegar muy pronto a Amazon! Recursos: Para Ayuda Con Trastornos De Alimentación: https://www.nationaleatingdisorders.org/neda-español  Brain Over Binge Why I was Bulimic: https://www.amazon.com/Brain-over-Binge-Recovery-Guide/dp/0984481745/ref=pd_bxgy_14_img_2?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=0984481745&pd_rd_r=XT3Q1KWK4FV52XE384P2&pd_rd_w=yxzqr&pd_rd_wg=UmrsK&psc=1&refRID=XT3Q1KWK4FV52XE384P2  
Sex is: for marriage, between a man and a woman, or behind closed doors. Think again!   Welcome to sesion #14! I am really excited about today's episode because this topic is one that has heavy shame woven into it, and today, we start to break this stigma down. Dr. Janet Brito, located in Hawaii, talks to us about the psychological notions that have been instills in us from generations ago. We talk about sex taboos, promiscuity, consequences for avoiding the topic of sex, what is sex therapy and common reasons why people go into sex therapy. Dr. Brito also answers two very common questions, such as: "How do I talk to my child about sex? What is the appropriate age?" and “how do I cope with sexual infidelity?” Growing up, the saying Dr. Brito heard in regards to mental health was: “no le heches mucha crema a tus tacos.” She is the owner of Center for Sexual and Reproductive Health. Her website is very informative so be sure to check it out! Find Dr. Brito at: https://sextherapyhawaii.com/ IG: DrJanetBrito Twitter: @sextherapyhawaii Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/drjanetbrito/ Thank you everyone who is supporting the podcast via Venmo @LatinxTherapy. For those of you inquiring about the merchandise, it will be available this week. Check the website out on Thursday and any social media page of mine. Dr. Brito will be back with us Thursday for the Spanish version of this one! It’s a bit different but still so informative! Email me at: latinxtherapypodcast@gmail.com  Resources: 6 Things People Get Totally Wrong About Sex, According To Sex Therapists https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/sex-myths_us_593044d5e4b010df62cc3375 The Trevor Project, for individuals who identify as asexual: https://www.thetrevorproject.org/trvr_support_center/asexual/#sm.00000ogyicq8kcdl6znnpwh78ifv2 A List of Guides that can help parents/caregivers of individuals with developmental disabilities: https://www.respectability.org/resources/sexual-education-resources/
El sexo es para el matrimonio, entre un hombre y una mujer, o detrás de puertas. Pensémoslo de nuevo! Bienvenidxs a la sesión 14! Estoy muy emocionada por el capitulo de hoy porque es un tema que contiene mucho estigma de vergüenza y hoy empezaremos a quebrar ese estigma. La Dra. Janet Brito, localizada en Hawaii, nos habla sobre las nociones psicológicas que nos han inculcado desde hace generaciones. Hablamos sobre los tabúes de sexo, la promiscuidad, las consecuencias por evitar el tema del sexo, que es la terapia de sexo y las razones más comunes por las que la gente busca esta terapia. La Dra. Brito también contesta dos preguntas muy comunes, como “Como platico con mi hijo/a sobre el sexo? A qué edad?” y “Cómo lidiar con la infidelidad sexual?” Al crecer, el dicho que la Dr. Brito escuchaba sobre la salud mental “era no le heches mucha crema a tus tacos”. Ella es la dueña del Centro para la Salud Reproductiva y Sexual. Su sitio es muy informativo así es que asegúrense de verlo! Donde encontrar a la Dra. Brito https://sextherapyhawaii.com/ IG: DrJanetBrito Twitter: @sextherapyhawai Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/drjanetbrito/ Gracias a todos que apoyan al podcast por Venmo @LatinxTherapy. Por los que preguntan por la mercancía, será disponible esta semana. Visiten el sitio el jueves y cualquier red social mio. La Dra. Brito regresará el jueves para la versión en español de este capítulo! Será un poco diferente, pero aun informacional! Mi correo electrónico latinxtherapypodcast@gmail.com  Recursos      6 Things People Get Totally Wrong About Sex, According To Sex Therapists 6 Cosas que la gente equivoca sobre el sexo, de acuerdo a los terpeutas de sexo https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/sex-myths_us_593044d5e4b010df62cc3375      The Trevor Project, for individuals who identify as asexual:         El proyecto Trevor, para individuos que identifican como asexual https://www.thetrevorproject.org/trvr_support_center/asexual/#sm.00000ogyicq8kcdl6znnpwh78ifv2      A List of Guides that can help parents/caregivers of individuals with developmental disabilities: Una lista de guías para ayudar a los padres y guardianes de individuos con discapacidades del desarrollo https://www.respectability.org/resources/sexual-education-resources/ Transladado por Yuritzi Gomez Serrano, terapeuta asociada con enfoque en matrimonios y familias, asistente del podcast.  
Did you carry the role of translating for your parents? The academic term for a child translating for a parent is “language brokering” so you will hear us refer to that in this segment. We also mentioned that children take on a “parentified” role, meaning where a child takes the role and responsibilities of an adult. In this segment, I talked with Lisette Sanchez, about the psychological and emotional effects of parents and children when this cultural value of translating out of necessity is used, such as the tendency of wanting to please parents but also a parent’s frustration and shame. We explored how to support young translators and also parents, along with discussing inappropriate settings where children should not be translating. Lisette shares a story of her time living in Oregon and moments when she experienced fear in speaking Spanish.   Find many important resources below.   You can find Lisette on Instagram @ChingonaScholar and LinkedIN. Her work for the American Psychological  Association was featured: http://www.apamonitor-digital.org/apamonitor/201612/MobilePagedReplica.action?pm=2&folio=52#pg55 Resources Heartfelt and Funny Tweets from Children who Translated: http://remezcla.com/lists/culture/interpreting-immigrant-parents-tweets/ An Article from Chicago: “Language should be a human right”: http://news.medill.northwestern.edu/chicago/kids-serve-as-translators-for-parents-who-speak-little-english/ Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Parents Rights for Spanish Speaking Parents/Guardians: https://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ocr/docs/dcl-factsheet-lep-parents-201501.pdf Los Angeles County Library Homework Help: http://lacountylibrary.org/children/tutor/ Each state should have an information page like this; Here is Washington’s: http://www.k12.wa.us/Equity/Interpretation.aspx
En este segmento, platique con Lisette Sanchez sobre los efectos psicológicos e emocionales de padres e hijos cuando se utiliza el valor cultural de traducir por necesidad, como la tendencia de querer complacer a los padres pero también la frustración y vergüenza de los padres. Exploramos cómo apoyar a los jóvenes traductores y también a los padres, al igual que discutir las configuraciones apropiadas cuando los niños no deberían de traducir. Hablamos del miedo de hablar el español en ciertas situaciones. Pueden seguir a Lisette en Instagram @ChingonaScholar. Su trabajo para la Asociación Psicológica Americana ha sido presentado aqui: http://www.apamonitor-digital.org/apamonitor/201612/MobilePagedReplica.action?pm=2&folio=52#pg55 Recursos:  Ayuda de Tarea en bibliotecas en el condado de Los Ángeles:http://lacountylibrary.org/children/tutor/ Centro de Recursos del Estado:  https://www.ed.gov/respuestas/  Si necesita más información sobre los servicios de traducción e interpretación, llame al 1-800-USA-LEARN Transladado por Angelica Diaz, estudiante de nivel de maestría en psicología clínica en la universidad de Pepperdine, y asistente del podcast. 
In this final episode of the season, I had the honor to sit down and chat with Wilmer Valderrama, actor, producer and activist. Wilmer shared about his upbringing and immigration experience. He talked about how mental health was perceived in his family, and also about the mentality that helps him reach his goals. He shares his views on motivation and resiliency. Towards the end of the episode, Wilmer switches things up and questions me about the fear I disclosed. Currently, Wilmer is a series regular on CBS’s hit crime thriller, NCIS. He the CEO of WV Enterprises, where he develops various projects, including the animated feature, Charming. Most recently, Valderrama along with America Ferrara and Ryan Piers William started HARNESS, a group dedicated to connecting communities through conversation to inspire action and power change. He serves on the board of Voto Latino and is co-chair of their artist coalition. He is also the spokesperson for CHCI, the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute, and is the founder of their Ready 2 Lead program, which educates and empowers the Latino youth.  As a reminder, during the month of July, I will not release any episodes but will return in August with a special treat for you all to kick off season 2. I will be active on my social media sites (Facebook, Twitter and Instagram: @Latinx Therapy) and will be focused on self-care and also creating bilingual mental health resources.  Check out latinxtherapy.live for updates, and be sure to catch up on episodes you have not been able to hear yet! Take care everyone!  Resources: Options to help with immigration crisis: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1chmGt4etHHk9OvhDUD4Quz07b-0sqshP8D1IODTGSH4/edit?usp=sharing Wilmer, America Ferrera’s and Ryan Piers William’s HARNESS community: https://www.harness.space/about/
¡Bienvenidos a la segunda temporada! Hoy visitamos a nuestro primer segmento, pero en español. La chancla es un símbolo de disciplina corporal muy reconocido en la cultura Latina. La chancla también puede incluir cordones, cables, cinturones, ganchos, o cualquier elemento que pueda usarse para infligir dolor físico como castigo. Es una palabra que puede provoca recuerdos traumáticos y también se refiere a una forma de abuso infantil. En esta sesión especial, Maritza Plascencia, terapeuta matrimonial y familiar con licencia, comparte su experiencia personal con la chancla, y su conocimiento profesional sobre las diferencias generacionales de la chancla, el uso de este método de disciplina en las escuelas, cuando la disciplina corporal cruza el línea, cuando los profesionales necesitan reportar a las autoridades, por qué se usa y formas alternativas de disciplina. El próximo segmento en español sale el 18 de Septiembre, 2018.   Puede encontrar más información sobre Maritza en su sitio web: www.mindfulquestrelationshipcounseling.com/ Instagram: @MindfulQuestRC Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mindfulquestrelationshipcounseling   Visiten:  Twitter/Instagram: @LatinxTherapy Facebook: www.facebook.com/officiallatinxtherapy   Para donar:  Venmo: @LatinxTherapy Paypal: latinxtherapypodcast@gmail.com   Si necesitan recursos, pueden comunicarse con Maritza, o conmigo a directamente: latinxtherapypodcast@gmail.com
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