Pushing Back Against Unhelpful Thoughts
Lisseth Rojas-Flores and DACA recipient, Norma Ramirez lead the first DACA Thriving Tuesdays webinar, introducing our self-care guide for undocumented individuals with and without DACA and sharing tips on how push back against unhelpful thoughts.
- Grief and Mindfulness: The Importance of Checking-In with Your Body by Joey Fung
- Grief and Mindfulness: How to Manage Your Emotions by Joey Fung
- 7 Qualities of Mindfulness Trained in the Body Scan by Mindful.org
- How to Do Progressive Muscle Relaxation by Therapist Aid
- 5 Steps to Raise Your Emotional Awareness and Gain Control by Psychology Compass
DACA Thriving Tuesdays #2
Caring for Your Health and Letting Go of Survivor’s Guilt Summary Our moderators, Lisseth Rojas-Flores and Norma Ramirez emphasize the importance of taking care of our physical and mental health amidst the context we are currently facing and letting go of survivor’s guilt. Guest speaker, Kathia Soltero Calderon joins the conversation to share her experience in navigating through the United States healthcare system as a DACA recipient. Additional Resources Tips to Mitigate COVID-19 Risk After Protesting by Jessica Malaty Rivera, MS and Jarjieh Fang, MPH Mental Health Connector by Immigrants Rising Latino Therapy…
DACA Thriving Tuesdays #3
Engaging Your Community and Seeking Healthy Relationships Summary 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 Stand By Me in Faith: Mentoring DACA and Undocumented Youth webinar by the Thrive Center Awaiting a DACA Decision Amid COVID-19: Fighting for Human Connection by Norma Ramirez 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…
DACA Thriving Tuesdays #4
Nurturing Creativity and Embracing Faith/Spirituality Summary DACA recipients, Jennifer Hernandez and Julie Kim join our moderators, Lisseth Rojas-Flores and Norma Ramirez to share how embracing their creativity and spirituality have helped throughout their undocumented journeys, particularly as they await the Supreme Court decision on DACA. Additional Resources 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.
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