Who are We?
Our Organization is composed of dedicated board members who are children of immigrants, and compassionate donors who care about the wellbeing of our community. We will be accepting applications for passionate volunteers soon.
Meet The Board Members
Luis is a Queer, Indigenous, Latinx(e) Bilingual Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in the San Francisco Bay Area. He is the son of two immigrants and the first in my family to obtain both a bachelors and masters degree in the U.S.
Luis’ therapeutic interests include working with trauma, anxiety, depression, creatives, artists, influencers, the LGBTQ+ community, Latinx, and BIPOC folx. He is also the founder of PsychoSocial, a multimedia platform created to help provide mental health education.
Adri is a Psychotherapist, Consultant and Speaker from Burbank, California. She owns her own bilingual practice, EMDR and Trauma Therapy focusing on wellness for BIPOC. She is also the founder of internationally recognized, Latinx Therapy, a directory and bilingual podcast that destigmatizes mental health myths & provides education to combat the stigma.
Her passion for launching a foundation stemmed from financial hardships her family went through her entire life, and being unable to afford specialized therapy services for herself during postpartum, and currently for her son.
Patricia Alvarado a dually licensed psychotherapist with over ten years of experience within the mental health field. Within her experience, she has focused much of her work on trauma and trauma healing. She focuses on the here and now, using a multicultural lens to normalize mental health within vast communities.
She is a Certified EMDR Therapist and owns a group practice, Alvarado Therapy in Los Angeles, CA. Patricia is also the host of Therapy, Etc. Podcast.
The Alejandre Foundation works with the Latinx community to increase financial accessibility to bilingual, mental health therapy services and reduce the stigma of mental health across the nation.
To destigmatize mental health and increase emotional wellbeing in the Latinx community through education, programs, and creating accessibility to therapy services through scholarships and direct therapy. The Alejandre Foundation’s scholarships help fund therapy sessions for the Latinx community across the nation.
The Alejandre Foundation works with the Latinx community to increase financial accessibility to bilingual, mental health therapy services and reduce the stigma of mental health across the nation. We are a sister company of Latinx Therapy.