Who to Follow
You can discover a wealth of mental health and wellness information via social media.
So who should you follow?
What apps should you download?
And what podcasts should you listen to? Learn from Therapinay’s Go-Tos for our Filipinx community and other communities of color:
Meditation and Sleep Stories. Take a deep breath. That phrase greets you whenever you open Calm. It’s both a call to action and a defining feature of the app’s approach to meditation: you’re going to get through this, and all you need to start is a moment. In the increasingly crowded field of apps for meditation and mindfulness, Calm stands out for its ease of use and attention to (soothing) detail.Going Wireless With Your Headphones
Meditation for People of Color. Liberate is a meditation app dedicated to empowering the Black, Indigenous, and People of Color community on their journey to find inner peace. Sign up for free to access guided meditations from Teachers of Color to guide you on your path. We are here to empower and support you. You are not alone!
Therapy for black girls
The Therapy for Black Girls Podcast is a weekly chat about all things mental health, personal development, and all the small decisions we can make to become the best possible versions of ourselves.
Nopal kweenz podcast
Nopal Kweenz Podcast is coming to you from Sacramento, California. We are 3 Latinx Therapists, La Luna, La Rosa, and La Sirena, taking on mental health issues in the Latinx community one episode at a time. Con mucho amor, Nopal Kweenz.
The definitive podcast on all things black mental health. Helping you survive while being black in America.
This filipino american life
This podcast is a place for open minded individuals. It focuses on topics that most people don’t feel the need to talk about. Diving deeper into topics like mental & emotional health, elevation, and personal development with an open mind and positive energy.
Clinical Therapist, Decolonizing Mental Health, Sikolohiyang Pilipinx, WoC Feminist Psychology, Pinay, Activist, Educator