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Supporting Mental Health in Latinx Families

CCFH recognizes the unique and rich culture that shapes Latinx families. Our bilingual mental health therapists in the Urbaniak Clinic recommend the following resources to help Latinx families build and sustain their mental health as they navigate traumatic events.


Latinx Therapy Podcast

Adriana Alejandre, LMFT

The Latinx Therapy Podcast explores a range of mental health topics for the Latinx community. Recommended episodes include “Parents’ Mental Health” and “Sexual Abuse in Teens”.


Paracaídas Acompañamiento Psicológico para papás

Dr. Diana Davila

Dr. Diana Davila is a Peruvian psychologist whose practice focuses on parenting support and children’s psychotherapy. She and her colleagues share insights on family resilience and children’s experiences following trauma via Facebook and Instagram.


Latinx/Hispanic Communities And Mental Health


Mental Health America

Mental Health America, a nonprofit working to help all people live mentally healthier lives, breaks down some of the issues Latinx communities face in seeking mental health support and provides a list of resources on a variety of mental health topics.


Helping Children Grow Healthy — Mind And Body

Mental Health America

Mental health clinicians share these positive parenting tips with caregivers of children in treatment at CCFH to help establish a strong foundation for mental health.


Age-Related Reactions to a Traumatic Event

National Child Traumatic Stress Network

The National Child Traumatic Stress Network is an excellent resource for understanding the impact that childhood trauma has on mental health. This fact sheet explains how reactions to trauma vary based on a child’s age or stage of development, and how parents can help.

Posted on September 23, 2020