Dawn Delgado

Licensed marriage and family therapist, Dawn Delgado Therapy

Licensed marriage and family therapist at Dawn Delgado Therapy

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KCRW speaks with therapist Dawn Delgado about dealing with the prospect of returning to social activities.

How to leave your Zoom account and socialize in real life again? Therapist says take it slow

KCRW speaks with therapist Dawn Delgado about dealing with the prospect of returning to social activities.

from Greater LA

Wildfires, record-breaking temperatures, unhealthy air, COVID-19, high unemployment, police violence — many people are feeling existential dread.

Therapist offers tips for coping with California wildfires, COVID-19 and unrest

Wildfires, record-breaking temperatures, unhealthy air, COVID-19, high unemployment, police violence — many people are feeling existential dread.

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As public health officials gradually lift some of the restrictions keeping people hunkered down at their homes, that could mean a boost to the economy – and your worries.

The stress from states reopening requires new coping skills, says therapist

As public health officials gradually lift some of the restrictions keeping people hunkered down at their homes, that could mean a boost to the economy – and your worries.

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