Products & Resources Catalog

Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: A Culturally Adapted Therapy To Work With Latino Families

This one and half-hour online session discusses the Culturally Modified-Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CM-TFT). CM-TFT is an

Supporting Latinx Students and Caregivers Mental Health during the COVID 19 Part II

Part 2: Strategies for managing emotions in children, adolescents, and caregivers during COVID-19 pandemic This webinar discusses the main

Supporting Latinx Students and Caregivers Mental Health during the COVID 19 Part I

Part 1: Social Distancing: dealing with the emotional aftermath of being away from others This webinar examines the difference between social

Supporting Latinx Students and Caregivers Mental Health during the COVID 19 Part III

Part 3: Grieving process: Dealing with a loss during the Pandemic This webinar identifies different types of grieving and provides strategies

Mental Health Bytes: Mental Health Disparities Among Hispanic and Latino Populations

This Mental Health Byte features Luis R. Torres, Ph.D. from the University of Texas in Rio Grande Valley. Dr. Torres is a Latino social worker

National Hispanic Heritage Month Part I: Unpacking What It Means to Work with Latinx Clients and their Families

“One size does not fit all: The Latinx community is as diverse as any other community in our country.” This two-part booklet was developed to

September GSVLI: Pandemia: Restoring the Wounded Soul: Latino Reflections on Loss, Grief and Rituals

Rituals are actions done in purposeful ways that symbolize something much more than the acts themselves. Every culture has rituals that provide

Suicide Attempts and Culturally Responsive Approaches for Latinos

This factsheet is based on the webinar presented by Luis Zayas , PhD. In the past 30 years, young Latinas have reported higher rates of suicide