NARRATIVES OF GRIEF AMONG LATINOS LIVING IN THE US
Meet Dr. Carmen Vazquez at her workshop at the:
Journey to Healing: Faith and Loss in a Diverse World
Third annual Bereavement Conference for the Diocese of Brooklyn and Queens
Saturday, November 8, 2014
REGISTRATION OPENS IN SEPTEMBER
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Please browse through my web site to become acquainted with my clinical practice in New York City, forensic testimony, books, speaking engagements, and research. My work focuses on helping people understand, cope with conflicts from cultural differences, and be proud of multicultural heritage, plus solve problems common to everyone.
Although as an immigrant from the Dominican Republic at 16, I have a special niche helping Latinos, I also have training and many years of experience with a non-Latino population, who are immigrants or born in the United States. I have lived in the U.S. longer than in Latin America, yet never lose touch with the richness of my heritage, visit Latin American countries, and transmit cultural pride to my sons.
Carmen Inoa Vazquez, Ph.D., ABPP