By PsychoSocial Media
PsychoSocial Jun 22, 2021
Human First Therapist Second
First Year in the Field
Uncensored: Tattoo Talk
Uncensored and outrageous! Join us for this short and sweet, but oh so funny talk about tattoos with hosts Luis and Liz! Do you have tattoos? Is there a funny story behind them?
Chisme: The Good, the Bad, and the Outrageous.
Many Folx are on the fence about chisme (gossip). On the one hand it can be entertaining, but on the other it can be toxic. Join the PsychoSocial Team Luis, Liz, and Cynthia along with our special guest Jesse Escalante as we talk about chisme...the good, the bad, and the outrageous!
POC Students Navigating Higher Education
POC students don't just have to navigate the regular parts of pursuing higher education, but so much more. Join the PsychoSocial team, Luis Cornejo, LMFT (Founder of PsychoSocial), Cynthia Flores, AMFT (PsychoSocial Networking Manager), and Liz Hinojosa, LMFT (PsychoSocial Content Manager) as they talk about their experiences navigating higher education as POC. For this episode we are joined by Jesse Escalante who is a current Social Work student at UC Berkeley!
Queer Mental Health
Join the PsychoSocial team, Luis (LMFT), Cynthia (AMFT), and Liz Hinojosa, LMFT along with their special guest Jesse Escalante as they discuss Queer Mental Health. Pride maybe over, but the struggles and obstacles Queer (LGBTQ+) Folx face continue. In this episode we discuss how psychosocial stressors impact Queer Mental Health!
July 16, 2021
Join the PsychoSocial team, Luis (LMFT), Cynthia (AMFT), and PsychoSocial content manager and new podcast co-host Liz Hinojosa, LMFT for this episode on Healing! Healing is an ongoing process. Many of us experience difficult situations or toxic relationships that impact our wellbeing. When we work on healing we are paying attention and loving the parts of us that did not have an opportunity to be processed with the help of loved ones, a mental health professional, and other healthy means we are able to shift the way our experiences have impacted us and allow ourselves to redefine them. This episode focuses on healing and what it can look like.
Join the PsychoSocial team, Luis (LMFT), Cynthia (AMFT), and PsychoSocial content manager and new podcast co-host Liz Hinojosa, LMFTas they discuss what ancestral rage is, how it plays a role in our day to day as BIPOC folx, and how we can navigate healing.
As BIPOC folx we continuously experience high levels of discrimination whether through micro aggressions or through the erasure of our cultural history. Our anger is righteous and valid. Ancestral rage is a term that can help us tap into this anger so that we can use it in constructive ways to elevate our communities.
Interview with Genesis Espinoza, LMFT on Working with the Undocumented Community
We had a special interview with Genesis Espinoza, a License Marriage & Family Therapist who works in Southern California with the undocumented community. Genesis shares about her practice, her motivation, and talks to us about the undocumented community. Check it out!
Hello everyone! Listen to the first episode of season one. Imposter syndrome affects at least 70% of people at any given point in their lives. When it comes to POC folx, however, imposter syndrome shows up in different ways and is fed by the repercussions of white supremacy and system injustice. Join Luis Cornejo LFMT & Founder of PsychoSocial as well as Cynthia Flores AFMT for a discussion on imposter syndrome!