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Dr. Marilu Romero

Psychotherapist in Spanish and English for Latinx communities of mixed legal status at Dr. Marilu Romero
English
Spanish
Fort Worth, Texas

Speaker Information

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Preferred Pronouns

She/Her/Hers

Gender

Female

Event Types

Virtual Events

Work Shops

Panels

Keynote

Clinical Training

Round Tables

Licensure & Certification

License TitleLMFT
Licensed InTexas
License Number202732

Education

PhD in Marriage and Family TherapyTexas Wesleyan UniversityMS in Marriage and Family TherapyCalifornia State University Long BeachBA in Art EducationCalifornia State University Long BeachCalifornia Teaching Credential 9-12California State University Long Beach
  • About the Speaker
    Hola! Welcome to my profile. My recent thesis research uncovered the needs of the Latinx immigrant community in North Texas in regards to their mental health and the deficits in the mental health delivery systems models currently employed. Our community tends to not seek help and drop out when they do. A resilience-based solution focused approach serves to HONOR the immigrant experience, and welcome our community to an office reminiscent of the home they left behind years ago. I have presented my research at the 2019 AAMFT conference, and multiple events around the state including TCC campus college, and Dr. Linda Metcalf's school counseling conference in Fort Worth, Texas. Please reach out if you're interested in helping to advocate for the needs of our community.
  • Topics

    Honoring the Resilience of Latino Immigrants in Mental Health Care

    I have recently conducted research on the LatinX community in North Texas presented at the AAMFT National Conference of 2019 revealing best practices and current systemic deficits in current mental health delivery models treating Latinx. Research revealed "11 Multicultural Principles when Partnering with Latinx Immigrants" to develop confianza leadings to clients completing therapy successfully and becoming willing to refer other community members to counseling.

  • Past Talks

    AAMFT National Conference 2019

    Presented dissertation research in a workshop format where treating Latinx immigrant community in North Texas was explored to discover resilience-honoring best practices to increase retention rates and successful completion of therapy, as well as combat the negative stigma amidst our community.

    School Counseling Conference with Dr. Linda Metcalf 2019

    Presented research on Latinx community as it relates to treating multicultural families within the school setting including how to manage language barriers, and parentification of children within our communities.

    Cuidado Casero Leadership Conference 2020

    Participated in a panel alongside other health leaders to high school Latinx students aspiring to join the healthcare field.

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