Resources & Opportunities


Health & Community Resources

Nurturing relationships among undocumented and mixed-status families: Challenges and opportunities for healing and transformation

Fomentar las relaciones entre familias indocumentadas y de estatus mixto: desafíos y oportunidades para la curación y la transformación

Strengthening Everyday Life Skills of DACA Recipients and Mixed-Status Families to Heal from Painful Emotions and Distress 

Mental Health in the Face of COVID-19:Building Strength During Uncertain Times - Click here for the English version

Salud Mental Durante COVID-19: Fortaleciéndonos en tiempos de Incertidumbre - Click here for Spanish version

En Boca Cerrada No Entran Moscas Pero...En la Union Esta La Fuerza: Famiy Communication

En Boca Cerrada No Entran Moscas Pero...En la Union Esta La Fuerza: Comunicación Familiar

Fostering Resilience in our Immigrant Families & Communities: Strategies for Building Support Groups in the Face of Adversity 

Fortaleciendo nuestras Familias y Comunidades Inmigrantes: Estrategias para crear Grupos de Apoyo ante la Adversidad


Salud Mental en Tiempos de COVID-19


¿Por qué es necesario este folleto y cómo puede ayudar? La pandemia del COVID-19 ha traído mucho estrés que puede afectar la salud mental. El propósito de este folleto es proveer pasos y ejercicios para aprender sobre la salud mental y para mantenerse fuerte frente a la adversidad.  Haga click para el Folleto:Salud Mental en Tiempos de Covid-19




Latinx Doctoral Internship Directory

The 2020 Latinx Doctoral Internship Directory is here!  The directory provides specific information about sites, as provided by training directors.

It is the hope of NLPA that individuals who would like to focus their internship training on Latinx mental health will benefit from the information found in the directory, and that additional sites are added as internships are developed and expanded. Furthermore, we hope that this training results in the development of psychologists who are able to provide culturally competent services to the greater Latinx community.

Please read the cover page for information regarding the development and purpose of the directory, as well as to learn a little about NLPA.  To use the directory, please click on the NLPA Internship Directory tab at the bottom of the file. From there, you are able to narrow sites down by location, accreditation status, availability of specific Latino-oriented training, etc.


Click here to download the Directory.

*Please note: This directory is for informational purposes only. NLPA does not endorse or cannot attest to the credibility of these sites. Please exercise personal and professional judgment as you consider this information.