La Cocina provides full access to traditional and nontraditional forms of mental health and health equity support services for the Latinx immigrant community. These services include culturally attuned Spanish-language behavioral & mental health services, immigrant-led community peer-supports, and forensic mental health assessments. Offered at no cost, all La Cocina services are available to any/all Spanish-speaking persons demonstrating financial need.
- Mil Dias De Amor
- Mental wellness services for children 0-5 years old; Circle of Security Group for parents of children 0-5; Child-Parent Psychotherapy/ Trauma treatment.
- La Cocina 6+
- Therapeutic services for families with children ages 6+, including individual, couples, and family therapy. Tu Pausa: a group for reducing anxiety, depression, and stress. L-Grupo is a group of Latinx adolescents ages 13 to 17 years old.
- Mind Over Border (MOB)
- Forensic Mental Health Assessments (FMHA’s) for children and adults in immigration proceedings. Expert training for Spanish-speaking clinicians interested in learning La Cocina’s FMHA model. The MOB program also leads systems-change advocacy efforts in the community focused on the intersection of mental health and immigration.
- Internship Program
- La Cocina’s Internship Program is philosophically grounded in the practitioner-scholar model of professional psychology and accepts students from accredited institutions in clinical or counseling masters’ programs. Aimed to cultivate highly skilled clinicians with a strong professional identity as culturally responsive mental health providers with a passion for justice via meaningful self-reflection and strong competence in core tenets of Liberation Psychology.
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