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Speaker Bio

Dr. Jacqueline Guevara is a seasoned licensed clinical social worker who practices out of Virginia and Washington D.C. She is the owner of an exclusively online/virtual private practice and specializes in working with first generation Latinx college students and professionals who have experienced trauma. Dr. Guevara also specializes in acculturative stress and its impact on mental health. Some of Dr. Guevara's training includes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT), Brainspotting, and is currently working towards her certification as a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP II). Dr. Guevara has made it her mission, both personally and professionally, to destigmatize mental health especially in Latinx and BIPOC communities. Her goal is to normalize seeking help and empowering people to live the life they deserve.

Details
  • Role
    Mental Health Professional, Mental Health Advocate
  • Pronouns
    She/Her/Hers
  • Languages
    English, Hablo Español
  • Gender
    Cisgender, Female
  • Speaking Engagements
    Workshop, Panel, Support Group
Top 6 Most Requested Speaking Topics
  1. Trauma in the Latinx Community
  2. Empowering First Generation Latinx College Students
  3. Empowering First Generation Latinx Professionals
  4. Stress Management/Self Care
  5. Normalizing Mental Health and Therapy
  6. Mindfulness and Acceptance

 

 

Trainings/Workshops Offered
  • Trauma in the Latinx Community
  • Mental Health in the Latinx Community
  • Empowering First Generation Latinx College Students
  • Empowering First Generation Latinx Professionals
  • Stress Management and Boosting Self Care
  • Fight Back! Breaking Mental Health Stigma
  • Is Social Work for Me? A Quick Glance into the Profession and becoming an LCSW
  • How Best to Support Latinx Students in Higher Education and Greek Life
  • Acculturative Stress and its Impact on Mental Health Treatment
  • Pa’lante! A Healthy You: Tips on Healthy Living for Mind, Body, and Soul
  • Signs of Suicide in Youth and Young Adults
Past Talks
  • Mi Mente Mi Salud: The Rising Need of Mental Health Services and Awareness in Schools - Capitol Hill Congressional Policy Briefing
  • Mental Health in the Latinx Community: What You Need to Know and Ways to Seek Help - Lambda Theta Alpha Latin Sorority Area Meeting
  • Pa’lante! A Healthy You: Tips on Healthy Living for Mind, Body, and Soul - Girl Scouts Nation’s Capital - Encuentro de Chicas Latina Leadership Conference – Marymount University
  • The Importance of Advocacy and Social Work’s Role. SOWK 638: Policy in Integrated Care. University of Southern California
  • The Importance of Advocacy and Social Work’s Role. SOWK 636: Policy in the Health Care Sector. University of Southern California
  • How Best to Support Latinx Students in Higher Education and Greek Life. Lambda Theta Alpha, Latin Sorority, Incorporated – George Mason University Parent Information Workshop
  • Signs of Suicide in Youth and Young Adults. Prince William County Public Schools
Education
  • Institution
    University of Southern California
  • Degree
    Doctor of Social Work (DSW)
  • Institution
    University of Pittsburgh
  • Degree
    Master of Social Work (MSW)
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