SHE-ROES w/ ROSALIA VARGAS, LMFT

Bringing Awareness to Mental Health

May 27, 2020
ROSALIA VARGAS

May is Mental Health Awareness Month and it's important to me that we continue to talk about the importance of Mental Health. My next SHE-RO guest is someone I've known since the 6th grade and she happens to be one of my best friends and is a "Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist" who's been and currently is helping a lot of People with mental health.

Meet "Rosalia Vargas" who's story will inspire you. She's 36 years old, born and raised in the east side of San Jose. She received her Bachelors degree from San Jose State University and her Masters from Santa Clara University. She works for a large hospital system in the child psychiatry department, She is the manager of the intensive outpatient program which offers treatment to children and teens that are high risk.

Press Play below and learn about Rosa's journey to becoming an LMFT. We discuss the importance of Mental Health, What things you can do during this pandemic to help with anxiety and depression. What are the early signs of depression in kids, are cell phones to blame for Anxiety or depression in kids and young adults. SUCCESS rates in Mental Health and how she personally copes with these stories and MORE

Follow Rosalia Vargas on Instagram @aliaplancarte 

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To the sweetest love I have ever known. I could run out of words, I could run out of prayers and my heart would still attempt to captivate what you mean to me. You embodied strength, courage, resilience. I am deeply honored to call you mother sweet love of mine. A lifetime isn’t long enough to thank you for every drop of sweat tears and blood you sacrificed for us. I honor you daily, with every breath, with every prayer. Most importantly I honor you today, happy birthday Hilda. I love you forever, miss you dearly.

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