4 ways to actually advocate for women

4 ways to actually advocate for women

In honor of Women’s History Month, we’re looking at realistic, tangible ways that we can all advocate for the well-being of women.  This year, we’re recognizing the endless amounts of emotional and physical contributions made by women throughout the ongoing pandemic,...
How to (finally) stop comparing yourself to others

How to (finally) stop comparing yourself to others

We all experience failure, make bad decisions, and come up short sometimes. Yet, we are constantly surrounded by images (we’re looking at you, social media) of other people thriving, looking like they’ve got it all figured out, just out there living their best lives....
Your guide to creating healing art

Your guide to creating healing art

Art has the power to connect, inspire, and heal us. Not only does creating our very own art allow for meaningful self-expression, but studies show that it can also help in treating depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder.  Whether it’s sketching,...
Celebrating LGBTQ+ and Hispanic Heritage Month

Celebrating LGBTQ+ and Hispanic Heritage Month

At Sanvello, we are always looking for opportunities to celebrate and share stories that champion diversity and serve as catalysts for change. And we’re constantly challenging ourselves to grow and learn as individuals and as an organization too. As a member of the...
Latinx therapists are breaking down barriers

Latinx therapists are breaking down barriers

Hispanic/Latinx communities face major disparities when it comes to both access to and quality of mental health care treatment. More than half of Hispanic young adults ages 18-25 with serious mental illness may not receive treatment.  Why is this happening? Well,...