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Walk and Talk Sessions: Connecting with the benefits of movement & nature’s healings

Looking for a way to feel refreshed (mind & body) after your therapy session? Does the idea of sitting in front of a computer screen or inside an office for an hour keep you from starting the work you want to do in therapy? Or are you feeling stuck with the direction in therapy? Then Walk and Talk sessions may be a right fit for you. Here is a quick Q&A to help you determine if this is the right service. For a free 15 min phone consultation for a walk and talk session in Orange County, California contact me at 949-385-3013.

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Cafe con emocion podcast

Have you checked out our season 1 podcast episodes!

Cafe con Emocion podcast was created to magnify the voices of nuestra gente the Latinx community. Highlighting the social, emotional, political and economic barriers while bridging the gap to access to holistic approaches to mental health.

Check out our season 1 on holistic approaches to mental health!

Trailer- https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/trailer/id1554034303?i=1000509486908https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/trailer/id1554034303?i=1000509486908

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The Misconceptions Of Being A Feminist

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There is a common misconception that to identify as a feminist you must abandon certain parts of yourself that contradict the stereotypical image of being a feminist. Just the other day I came across a magazine article titled “Can Feminist Wear Makeup?” Focusing on how a feminist should look undermines the thoughts, actions, and most importantly, the histories of feminism. The modern feminist movement as we know it, began in the 1960’s with the struggle to bring women’s rights (including reproductive rights, fair and equitable wages, divorce and child custody laws, etc.) to the forefront of our society and break the cycle of oppression. Continue reading “The Misconceptions Of Being A Feminist”