A series of four presentations in Spanish. The presentations have the purpose of providing information about issues of great importance to Hispanic/Latino families.
This presentation will be provided in Spanish in order to highlight and reduce the stigma associated with couple’s therapy in the Latino community. The presentation will provide information about culturally-informed practices to promote healthy couple and familial functioning.

  • Theresa Segura-Herrera, Ph.D., Licensed psychologist, is faculty at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. She has worked closely providing therapy to adults, children, families and couples within the Latino community over the last 15 years. She currently sees couples of diverse backgrounds in a private practice setting.
  • Corina Ratz, M.A. LCPC is licensed mental health provider who has worked extensively with the Latino community over the past 10 years. Her clinical work has included working as a bilingual/ Spanish speaking therapist within hospital inpatient and outpatient settings. She currently sees individual and Latino couples in a private practice setting.

Saturday, October 22, 2016
Pope John XXIII School at Saint Nicholas Parish in Evanston (off Ridge, past Main St.)
9:15 AM – 11 AM
QUESTIONS? Please contact Erika Garcia at (312)410-8967
or email NRCinstitute@thechicagoschool.edu