Articles by Manuel Blasini-Méndez, MA
Manuel Blasini-Méndez, MA, is a doctoral intern at Oregon State University who is pursuing his PsyD in clinical psychology. As a Latino, he is a Spanish- and English-speaking therapist with experience working with individuals, groups, and couples. Furthermore, he has experience as a consultant working with nonprofits, universities, and community leaders. His research interests are varied but include understanding the role trauma and colonialism have in individuals, groups, communities, and organizations. For thoughts and tips that will help you promote well-being in your personal and professional life, follow him on Instagram: @manuelblasinimendez. If you want to collaborate or get to know Manuel a bit more, please visit his website at manuelblasini.com
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