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by Mara Estrada Doster
| Tele-Counseling, Counseling, PACT

When the pandemic forced mental health care to go virtual, it revealed an antidote to stigmas in Latino communities

"Finding ways to overcome this cultural hurdle isn’t easy, but Estrada says seeing patients online has helped. She says she can see clients on their time — adults don’t have to leave work and children don’t have to leave school." (Read article)

Dallas Free Press article on The Center at Brother Bill’s Helping Hand

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