Finding a therapist is a process and not everyone will be a good fit. Our philosophy is simple: “the therapeutic relationship is crucial in therapy.” A therapeutic relationship is quite unique and it can take a bit of effort in finding someone you trust. This is why we offer a free 30-minute shine session (consultation) to talk about what you want to manifest in therapy and whether our practice is the right fit for you.
We confess we are not your “traditional” therapists and our work is rooted in social justice. Our goal is to be authentic with you and in return, we expect the same. Liz & I may not be the fit for everyone and that is ok, our only desire is that you get the support you need. Feel free to bring any questions you may have to the consultation!
First off, thank you for considering PsychoSocial Therapy. My name is Luis Cornejo (He, Him, His) and I am a Queer, Indigenous, Latinx(e) Bilingual Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in the San Francisco Bay Area. I am the son of two immigrants and the first in my family to obtain both a bachelors and masters degree in the U.S.
We specialize in working with the Latinx community, LGBTQ+ community, and BIPOC folx. We provide therapy in both English and Spanish.
Our approach is simple: create a space that allows for manifesting, healing, and growth. Through various perspectives, philosophies, social justice, and theoretical orientations we provide individuals with the tools they need to embrace themselves unapologetically and radically.
*Currently, we are only providing teletherapy services in California.
Therapy is not the only tool for healing and growth. In fact cultures around the world have been practicing ways to provide healing for hundreds of years. Therapy, as it is today, was developed by primarily western ideologies that mostly focused on White people. However, therapy has evolved and continues to develop through a different lens.
As Latinx therapists, our goal is to redefine the way we talk about mental health and the impact that external factors play in our day to day. After all, as BIPOC folx we experience the world in a very different way. Not only do we face discrimination, but we are also constantly battling and learning to survive in systems that are not designed to support our unique needs.
PsychoSocial Media is a multimedia platform founded by Luis Cornejo, LMFT, and Co-Founded by Katherine Dominguez, ASW. PsychoSocial's mission is to promote mental health awareness, provide mental health education, and advocacy.
PsychoSocial strives to highlight issues impacting the LGBTQ and BIPOC communities. Join us as we highlight an array of topics impacting mental health like creativity, culture, and current events. We'll also be conducting interviews and coverage on individuals who are creating movements and awareness through art, media, and advocacy.