‘Sana, Sana … Mental Health and the Latinx Community’ to be held Tuesday in Library Community Room
An expert panel from the Center for Health Care Services will be on campus Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. in the Library Community Room to take part in a discussion on effective strategies for emotional physical well-being for the Latinx community.
Titled, “Sana, Sana … Mental Health and the Latinx Community,” the event will include experts Juanita Rodriguez, MA LPC-S, Vice President for Clinical Outcomes; Clarissa Aguilar, PhD, LCP, Director of Psychology and Training; and Melissia Tijerina, LMSW, Vice President Child Behavioral Health. They will talk about cultural factors and barrier related to mental health. Yolanda Rodriguez-Escobar, PhD, Director of the OLLU Center for Mexican American Studies and Research (CMASR), will moderate the discussion.
For those who cannot attend in person, the event will be available on Zoom at tinyurl.com/Sana-Sana; password is OLLU.
It is hosted by CMASR and Center for Women in Church and Society. CEUs will be provided.
For more information, contact Dr. Rodriguez-Escobar at email@example.com.