Hector Rivera-Lopez

Hector Rivera-Lopez is a clinical psychologist. He currently works as a mental health consultant to community mental health agencies and school districts and teaches at community colleges. He is also a frequent speaker at international and national conferences on psychosocial issues related to children, adolescents, families, and Latino men, as well as the psychological impact of immigration on Latino populations. He worked for twenty-five years with the Children and Adolescent Community Mental Health Program with the Contra Costa County Health Department. Rivera-Lopez was a co-founder of a Spanish-speaking Latino fathers’ group called the Compadres Sin Fronteras. He has maintained a private practice in Concord, California, since 1989.
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Cultura y Corazón

Cultura y Corazón

A Decolonial Methodology for Community Engaged Research

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