Journal of Latina/o Psychology

The Journal of Latina/o Psychology is committed to publishing scholarly writing on research, practice, advocacy, education, and policy relevant to Latino communities. The journal publishes empirical, theoretical, methodological, and applied research.

Articles contribute to knowledge of Latina/o psychology through research, methodological innovation, and inquiry; development and advancement of theories pertinent to Latinxs; education and training of psychologists to work with Latinas and Latinos;  social justice and advocacy in Latina/o communities;  application of research and training to advance policy related to Latino individuals and communities; and use quantitative, qualitative, or mixed method approaches.

Topics include, but are not limited to, immigration and its impact, health and wellness, spirituality, mental health issues, Latina/o identity, and multigenerational families.

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About the Editor







 Esteban Cardemil, PhD

 Esteban Cardemil, PhD, is an associate professor of psychology at Clark University, where he heads the Culture, Community, and Mental Health laboratory. He has been on the faculty at Clark University in the clinical psychology doctoral program since 2002. His research is focused on understanding and addressing the disparities in mental healthcare that disproportionately affect populations from low-income and racial and ethnic minority backgrounds. He has served on the editorial boards of multiple journals over the years, and for the past four years he has served as one of the associate editors of the Journal of Latina/o Psychology (JLP).