Our Voices

Why Latinx Therapy Needed to Exist

Nov 15, 2018 by Adriana
Introducing Latinx Therapy

Growing up, I had no voice, well, at least that is what it felt like. My family is a very humble, traditional family from immigrants who came to the United States to provide their family that “American Dream”. For my parents, that was a house and education, ultimately, a better future. Mental health was not a priority because the financial...Continue Reading

An Apology Letter by Diana Alvarez

Nov 15, 2018 by Adriana
Guest Blog

An Apology Letter A gentle touch at first shallow breathing & whispers to the ear do you like this I bet you do if you were to have seen the statue like nature of my pre-teen body my wide, bright, brown eyes suddenly sink maybe you would have stopped maybe you would have understood that my inability to move my...Continue Reading

Cluttered, A Poem by Diana Alvarez

Nov 15, 2018 by Adriana
Guest Blog

Cluttered, Like my “empty” kitchen sink.   Clear your mind,      you say so I begin to scrub, I scrub until all that is left are the stains left from the pain my knuckles start to swell and my hands bleed from my failed attempt to clear my head But the stains do not fade, Despite the dishes being stored...Continue Reading

From A Mental Health Advocate- Julie Ariaguin

Nov 15, 2018 by Adriana
Guest Blog

Mental Health is very near and dear to my heart. I feel like it’s extremely important to utilize my voice and have conversations like these because unfortunately  there is still so much stigma surrounding mental illness. I was diagnosed with anxiety and depression a while ago. When I was initially diagnosed I was mad at god and the world. I...Continue Reading