Andrea Salazar Nuñez

Staff psychologist, University of Washington Counselling Center in Seattle; owner, Mariposa Counselling and Consultation Services.

Staff psychologist at the University of Washington Counselling Center in Seattle; owner of Mariposa Counselling and Consultation Services.

Andrea Salazar Nuñez on KCRW

Most of us experience tension between our inner and outer selves — but that can be a good thing.

Learning to listen to our inner voices, and why imposter syndrome disproportionately impacts minorities

Most of us experience tension between our inner and outer selves — but that can be a good thing.

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