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Virtual Conference | May 2nd-3rd, 2024

Trailblazing In Mental Health & Wellness:

The Horizons of Transformative Change In Care 

Dr. Flor Ramos-Montelongo


Flor Ramos-Montelongo identifies as a queer Afro-Indigenous-Latino/a/e/x cisgender female. She is a Doctoral Social Work Candidate at Simmons University after completing her undergraduate studies at Mount St. Mary’s College, where I received a Bachelor of Science in Social Work and later, I obtained a Master of Social Work degree from Cal State University Northridge. Having spent nearly a decade working with the Latino/a/e/x population in urban communities that have complex trauma histories and have experienced some form of system involvement (i.e. Child Protective Services, Probation) she has been driven to serve and support this population and all their needs.

Dr. Flor Ramos-Montelongo

Day 2 Session 7B: A Conversation: Latino/a/e/x Daughters Navigating Traditional Latinx Cultural Scripts, Generational Trauma, and Their Relationships with Their Mothers

Session Summary

Explored how adult Latino/a/e/x daughters navigate traditional Latino/a/e/x cultural scripts (i.e. familismo, respeto, machismo, marianismo, religiosidad), generational trauma, and their relationship with their mothers using semi-structured interviews to collect testimonios (i.e. testimonies). This workshop aims to review the social and emotional experiences of adult Latino/a/e/x daughters’ as they navigate generational trauma, and their relationship with their mothers. Furthermore, this session will look to open opportunities for further research to better understand Latino/a/e/x women's experiences, the complexities of the mother-daughter dyad, the influence of generational trauma, and how colonization, racism, colorism, systemic oppression, and white supremacy continue to plague the Latino/a/e/x population



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  ClinicianFest By The Numbers 

ClinicianFest is a 503c organization.  Proceeds from ClinicianFest are used to fund the co-pays of those in need of mental health services but unable to afford such services in their entirety. We partner with over 216 vendors, agencies, private practitioners, and community support programs to support aid in communities with scarce mental healthcare access and resources. To date, we have assisted over 1100 clients in getting the care and aid they need on their journey. 


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