In the ever-evolving landscape of psychotherapy, AMR Therapy proudly extends its reach to the Chinese community, offering a unique and culturally-informed therapeutic experience. With a dedicated Chinese therapist hailing from China, we strive to create a space that resonates with the cultural nuances surrounding mental
Being A Social Worker
As a mental health therapist, I have struggled as to whether or not I should make political statements on my work page…. My hearts conviction is strong and I must speak out. I won’t endorse a party or a candidate. I also value and respect political differences. It is our ability to be individuals within a community that makes us beautiful. What has been a cherished asset of this great country is now used to alienate and divide us. My heart is broken but my spirit will fight . I will say this- harming and scapegoating members of our human race is not about political ideology-it is moral issue. While I by no means claim to know how to solve the #issues that divide us – I can and will never condone the spiritual, emotional, mental and physical harming of people wanting to have a safe and dignified existence. At the end of the day I must I do all I can to not be complicit in human suffering. I am a social worker and I believe in the dignity respect and value of all people.
In the landscape of psychotherapy, AMR Therapy stands as a welcoming space, meticulously designed for queer women seeking profound healing. Our therapeutic offerings extend beyond traditional approaches, providing comprehensive support in both Spanish and English, acknowledging the unique dynamics within queer women’s relationships. Tailored Therapy
In the realm of psychotherapy, there’s a powerful and transformative tool known as Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR). At AMR Therapy, we’re proud to offer this innovative approach to healing in both Spanish and English, providing our clients with a unique path toward recovery and growth.
Unveiling the Truth: Your Faith and Identity Journey Misconceptions often swirl around the intersection of faith, identity, and the role of a queer therapist with a background in theology. One such misconception is the belief that a queer therapist like me aims to steer clients
Navigating the Complex Landscape of Grief: When Dreams Collide with Reality Grief is a powerful and profound emotion that we often associate with the loss of a loved one or a cherished part of our lives. However, grief can take many forms and affect us
Embracing the Menstrual Cycle: Prioritizing Mental Health and Self-Care for Menstruating People Throughout history, menstruation has been surrounded by cultural stigmas, myths, and taboos in many societies. These beliefs have contributed to negative perceptions and misconceptions about menstruating people, impacting their self-esteem, body image, and
The limits of therapy-speak In the therapy room, licensed marriage and family therapist Moe Ari Brown has recently been in the business of definitions. A client might say “I have the worst relationship with my mother. She’s a total narcissist,” to which Brown would invite the client
The Power of Therapists with Lived Experience of Multiple Intersections In the realm of therapy, there is profound strength in seeking support from a provider who not only recognizes the importance of diversity but has also experienced the intricate tapestry of intersecting identities