In agreement with CLPA’s mission statement, the SJRT is dedicated to bringing awareness to the sociopolitical systems that impact the BIPOC/Latinx community, while creating and promoting avenues for mental health clinicians to learn, advocate for, and disseminate resources to the community. A key goal of the SJRT is to inform and guide the CLPA Leadership Team on important social issues and ways to respond to these issues as an organization.
Respond quickly to social justice issues as they arise to bring awareness to injustices.
Current SJRT areas of focus are:
Promoting Mental and Physical Health in BIPOC communities
Improving Pathways to Higher Education for BIPOC students
Advocacy for Latinx Immigrants
Addressing Health Disparities in BIPOC communities
Martha Hernandez, Ph.D.
Alexandra Martinez, M.S.
Gabriela Pineda, M.S.
Jesus Rodriguez, Ph.D.
Interested in joining the SJRT?
If you are committed to social justice and advocacy,
please consider joining our team.
For more information about how to join our team,
contact Jesus Rodriguez, Ph.D., at firstname.lastname@example.org