Examining Common Types of Consensual Non Monogamous Relationships and Clinical Strategies
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Renato Pérez, LCSW
Latinx Licensed Clinical Social Worker
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Renato Pérez, LCSW
Renato is committed to raising awareness of mental health education, particularly within the Queer Latinx community.
Renato is a native Spanish speaker who was born in Mexico in the small town of Jalostotitlan. When he migrated to the USA he grew up in northern California, where he experienced shortage of Spanish speaking mental health providers as his family attempted to utilize services. His experience sparked his passion for providing culturally and linguistically appropriate mental health services.
Renato received his Master of Social Work form the University of Southern California. He has been featured in Univision’s national show “Despierta America” and other local shows such as “Primera Hora,” “All Access Broadcasting” and “El Aviso” as a mental health advocate and expert. He has made contributions to an array of different podcast, including “Latinx Therapy” where he discussed the struggles of coming out in a machista home and “De Pueblo Catolico y Gay” a Spanish language podcast dedicated to the intersectionality of growing up gay and catholic. He has been nominated for the Social Hero Award in 2018 hosted by Pacific Oaks College.
Renato is a lover of animals and supporter of “Corazon de Vida” an organization dedicated to providing higher quality of life to children abandoned in Baja-California. Renato has a long clinical experience in mental health treatment that ranges from community mental health; working with individuals and families, to working for the Los Angeles Department of Mental health; where he was able to work with the most vulnerable members of our community. He has a long career working with trauma, chronic mental illness, mood disorders, as well as personality disorders, and severe psychosis.