Episode 32-When Being Latinx and LGBTQIA+ Is Personal

Episode 32-When Being Latinx and LGBTQIA+ Is Personal

Episode 32-When Being Latinx and LGBTQIA+ Is Personal Melanie Domenech Rodríguez is a professor of Psychology at Utah State University. She has dedicated her career to addressing mental health disparities in access to evidence-based interventions with a particular...
Episode 32-When Being Latinx and LGBTQIA+ Is Personal

Episode 30-Reimagining Latinx Fatherhood

Episode 30-Reimagining Latinx Fatherhood Rogelio Serrano, LMFT, Psy.D.Dr. Serrano currently works as a clinical psychologist within the Federal Bureau of Prisons and as an adjunct faculty for the Aliento Program at Pepperdine University, Graduate School of Education...
Episode 29-Brown Silence and Black Lives

Episode 29-Brown Silence and Black Lives

Episode 29-Brown Silence and Black Lives Hufsa Ahmad, MSW, Award-Winning Mental Health Speaker & Comedianhttps://mentally-chill.com/ Hufsa and I discuss how a system of White Supremacy has upheld some Asian communities as “model minorities,” thus pitting Black,...
Episode 29-Brown Silence and Black Lives

Episode 27-White Supremacy: A Public Health Emergency

Episode 27-White Supremacy: A Public Health Emergency Ashley Heidebrecht, MSW, Education and Content Manager for the Diversity and Resiliency Institute of El Paso, TXhttps://www.theradicalsocialworker.com/ Ashley and I discuss her work as a White ally and what it...