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  • “No Se Habla las Cosas de la Casa”/ One doesn't speak of matters of the home: Addressing generational trauma and mental health within the family

  • "Yo no estoy locx!"/ I’m not crazy! - Mental Health Issues in the Latinx & Minority Communities

  • Representation Matters: Surviving in Institutions where nobody looks like you

  • Re-writing the Trauma Narrative: How do I start over 

PRESENTATION TOPICS

  • The 1st Generation Experience

  • Surviving the Corporate world as a Minority

  • Mental Health Issues In Colleges/Universities

  • Mindfulness & Entrepreneurship: Mental Health among Entrepreneurs and Leaders

ADDITIONAL TOPICS

  • Seattle Denim Day: Raising Awareness, Highlighting Local Efforts, Identifying Opportunities for Partnership- City of Seattle, Office for Women's Commission

  • Save Our Babies: A Heart to Heart About Suicide For Children of Color by Fireflies Unite & NAMI PG County 

  • Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault-Consejo Counseling & Referral Services Domestic Violence Program 

  • Navigating College as 1st-Generation Student- Early Identification Program's Career Day

  • STARS Panel Speaker-VALHEN's (Virginia Latino Higher Education Network) HCI Program

  • Post-Grad Experience-VCU School of Social Work MSW Class

  • Girl Scout’s Encuentro de Chicas Latina

  • Increasing Access to Services among Latino Families- Henrico County Court Services Unit

  • Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) to nearly 200 participants

  • Evidenced-Based Parenting Groups to over 200 families

  • Prevention & Empowerment Groups to youth and adolescent

PREVIOUS PRESENTATIONS

*Presentations Available in Spanish upon request.*

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