DACA Thriving Tuesdays: Engaging Your Community and Seeking Healthy Relationships

Jun 10, 2020 |  Lisseth Rojas-Flores & Norma Ramirez | Reciprocal Selves, Thrive Thoughts, Video



Special guest, Rafael Martinez from UndocuTalks joins our moderators, Lisseth Rojas-Flores and Norma Ramirez to discuss the importance of building community and healthy relationships.


Additional Resources

  1. Stand By Me in Faith: Mentoring DACA and Undocumented Youth webinar by the Thrive Center
  2. Awaiting a DACA Decision Amid COVID-19: Fighting for Human Connection by Norma Ramirez
  3. Staying Grounded, Connected, and Directed Through Disruption by Pamela Ebstyne King


Author’s Note

This presentation is part of our five-week webinar series, DACA Thriving Tuesdays in collaboration with Fuller Theological Seminary. See the full series here.


About the Moderators

Lisseth Rojas-Flores

Lisseth Rojas-Flores is associate professor of clinical psychology at Fuller Theological Seminary and a licensed psychologist. Her research focuses on trauma, youth violence prevention, parent-child relationships, and the overall wellbeing of immigrant children and families in the United States. Her work is deeply informed by culture and context. As a bilingual/bicultural clinical psychologist, Dr. Rojas-Flores is especially interested in addressing the interrelationships between family issues, mental health, and social justice.



Head shot of Norma Ramirez

Norma Ramirez

Born in Iguala, Guerrero, Mexico, Norma Ramirez is DACA recipient and doctoral candidate in Clinical Psychology Program at Fuller Theological Seminary. It wasn’t until attending graduate school that she realized crossing the border was a traumatic experience that continues to shape every part of her life. Norma is both an advocate for her therapy clients within the system and an activist in the greater socio-political context for Latino/a immigrant youth and families.


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