* This webinar will be presented in Spanish with
simultaneous interpretation into English *
Mental health and wellbeing are consistently rated as one of the most important and challenging issues facing migrant and MSAWs populations. Clinicians in health centers strive to provide the highest standard of mental and behavioral health care using practices and language that are supportive of the patient’s personal experiences. This webinar will highlight materials, tools, and education that promote integrated mental and behavioral health practices in primary care that address the complex social, cultural, economic, and justice factors that contribute to disease burden.
Duration: 1.5 hours
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- Explain how social or structural determinants contribute to enhanced vulnerabilities and disparities in health outcomes among MSAWs.
- Identify at least one depression screening tool.
- Identify one factor that contributes to the risk of suicide among farmers in rural America.
Patricia Navarro is a licensed marriage and family therapist practicing in Long Beach, California and has been a Witness to Witness associate since 2020. Patricia was born in Mexico and immigrated to the United States at the age of 12. She is fluent in both English and Spanish, possessing bilingual and bicultural capabilities. Stemming from her Latino background, she finds it highly meaningful to assist the community in recognizing the value of mental health services. Patricia collaborates with families, adults, couples, and children, specializing in areas such as relationship conflicts, anger management, ADHD, anxiety, mood disorders, multicultural concerns, parenting, premarital counseling, grief, and loss. Prior to embarking on her journey as a therapist, Patricia worked in the education sector as a School Psychologist.