Join our community and connect with Latinx individuals from around the world who share similar mental health experiences. Learn and heal with in community.
The courses, workshops & curriculum hold a decolonized values. The work is grounded in lived-experiences & deconstructed clinical knowledge.
We value accessibility and offer sliding scale for our community workshops.
Meet the Founder
Adriana Alejandre founded Latinx Therapy in 2018. With the launch of the podcast & directory, the concept of Latinx Therapy went viral and global. The work is done internationally through wellness coaching programs for the public to create accessibility to healing, and education & training for mental health professionals of color. Adriana's mission is to elevate voices & create communities. Mother: Adriana was a single, mother from a young age. Her Mexican father & Guatemalan mother encouraged her to finish her degree at UCSB. She struggled with untreated postpartum and MDD & after receiving help, she was motivated to become a therapist. Her son is now 10 years old & Adriana focuses on becoming a better mother everyday while mentoring teen moms. Professional Speaker: Adriana has spoken for many organizations, agencies, universities and schools. She uses her story as a vessel to destigmatize mental health & therapy in Latinx and marginalized communities. Trauma Therapist & Consultant: Adriana is a licensed psychotherapist (LMFT) in the state of California who specializes in EMDR and trauma-informed practices. Her work focuses on ego-state therapy, inner child and somatic work. She owns a group practice called EMDR and Trauma Therapy, Inc located in Burbank, CA. The groups she offers on this page are not therapy services. She practices as a consultant & trauma coach. LMFT = Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist #98925
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If you or someone you know is in crisis, please call 911, go to the nearest emergency room, call 1-800-273-TALK (8255) to reach a 24-hour crisis center, or text MHA to 741741 at the Crisis Text Line.