Therapy Talks Con Las Primas
By Alvely & Dayhana
Therapy Talks Con Las PrimasApr 19, 2022
#22: Mensaje de Amor for the Cyclebreakers & the Malcriadas.
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#21: Something New & the Primas Are Back!
#20- Experiencing the Holiday Blues & Updates from Alvely & Dayhana
#19: A Little Chisme with Alvely & Dayhana
#18: One Year Later- Honoring All Feelings of the Pandemic Anniversary
#17: Why Am I So Anxious? Tips on How to Manage Anxiety.
#16: A Meaningful Conversation on Spirituality & Religion w Stephany Mejía, LCSWA
#15: “New Year, New Me”— A Different Perspective on New Year Expectations
#14: Reflections on Capitol Riots
#13: Boundaries? What’s That? Boundaries— An Act of Self-Love
#12: Listener Request- Why Do I Feel So Unmotivated?
**The information and resources contained on this podcast are for informational purposes only and are not intended to assess, diagnose or be a substitute for professional clinical or medical advice. The use of this podcast does not imply nor establish any type of therapist-client relationship as this is not therapy. If you are in danger and need additional support, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room. You can also find support in the resources below.
*The music on this episode is “Verano Sensual” by Kevin MacLeod
#11: Welcome Back! Growth, Fears & Moving Forward
Thank You for Listening— Lessons from Season 1
The Life Changing Power of Self-Compassion
Was I Parentified As A Child?
Now that you have gained some information on parentification, has this been part of your experience?
•In what ways were you parentified as a child?
•Which of these signs most resonate with your experience?
•How has being parentified impacted you as an adult?
I Rise, You Rise, We Rise Together— Power Lives in the Collective
Unpacking Racism & Colorism in the Latinx Community
The Primas Get Real About Their Mental Health
Why is Mental Health Important?
May is known as National Mental Health Month and in this episode the primas discuss the importance of mental health, and the stigma and barriers to seeking mental health treatment. They also provide information on what a therapy session may look like and discuss the meaning of being a Latinx cycle breaker. If you are looking for a therapist we recommend starting your search in the following directories:
A Loving Reminder that You’re Doing Enough
Tools to Manage Fear & Anxiety During COVID-19
In this episode, the primas (cousins) follow up on their conversation about fear. This episode focuses on tools and techniques that can be used during the current coronavirus pandemic. We invite you to try out some of these tools and see what works for you and remember that this time we are living through is quite challenging and new, so we encourage you to be kind and gentle with yourself.
*** The information and resources contained on this podcast are for informational purposes only and are not intended to assess, diagnose or be a substitute for professional clinical or medical advice. The use of this podcast does not imply nor establish any type of therapist-client relationship as this is not therapy. If you are in danger and need additional support, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room. You can also find support in the resources below.
•National Domestic Violence Hotline- https://www.thehotline.org/ or call 1-800-799-7233
•Crisis Text Line- text the word HOME to 741741 to speak to a crisis counselor available 24/7
•National Suicide Prevention Hotline- call 1-800-273-8255 for free and confidential support available 24/7