PsychoSocial is a mental health multimedia business created by mental health professionals in a joint effort to raise mental health awareness and destigmatize mental illness.
We believe in the power and influence of media on our identity. This is why we share content that explores creativity, mental health, and wellness. We advocate for social justice, supporting the BIPOC, LGBTQ+, Latinx, WOC, and other stigmatized communities.
We provide culturally informed and racial trauma-informed workshops, speaking engagements, panel discussions, and mental health consultations for organizations, businesses, and multi-media production companies.
*PsychoSocial is not meant to replace mental health services. Please, seek help from a mental health professional if you are in need of support. The information provided here is meant to expand knowledge and create discussion around mental health topics.
Luis Cornejo, LMFT
Kat Dominguez, ACSW
Liz Hinojosa, LMFT
Cynthia Flores, AMFT
Social Media Curator Intern
Celest is our social media curator intern. She is a senior at California State University Dominguez Hills that is pursuing a Bachelor’s in Psychology with a minor in Marketing. With a Mexican-American background, she is passionate about creating content that brings awareness on topics such as self-love and positivity within the Latinx community.
Hello, my name is Aaron Rodriguez. I am happy to be joining the team at Psychosocial Media. For the last four years, I have been working in the addiction and mental health field here in the bay area. I graduated from Cal State East Bay in 2016 with my degree in Criminal Justice with an emphasis on corrections and community alternatives. My goal for PsychoSocial Media is to help our team grow by producing the best audio and visual content through multiple mediums including podcasts and youtube videos.
Krizia Aldana, B.S.W
Krizia Aldana is a Social Worker who is driven to increase the social equity of marginalized people, especially for the undocumented community. She holds a Bachelors Degree in Social Welfare from the University of California, Berkeley. Her work focuses on the undocumented community and the barriers an undocumented status imposes on one's life.