About All Good Things

The idea for All Good Things grew from noticing how minoritized communities are consistently “given” the crumbs or leftovers in society. Our communities are typically left creating “magic” and miracles out of nothingness. I often look at my mom and wonder how she was able to provide for our family on something like $7/hour. And that’s without the additional context of being undocumented in the U.S. and how all of that impacted our family.

So, when do we get to pick what we want? When do we get first dibs? When do we get the good stuff?

When it comes to mental health, not surprisingly, our communities have been left behind as well. It has only been in the last 50 years or so that psychology has begun to question how society structures and forces influence our psychological well-being and in recent years, our overall well-being.

As a result, we become the caretakers/givers in the family, the takers, or the failures- each with its own set of burdens and merits. All adaptations to circumstances that should have never been because we live in a country that is so rich, that if it wanted, no one would have to go hungry, or be without a roof over their heads, or be without healthcare.

So, I asked myself, “If our communities are constantly left to fend for themselves, what could I do differently?” My answer, “offer the best psychological services I possibly can.”

In therapy, I have seen how we have internalized the message that we don’t deserve good things and that it is wrong and selfish to want to have good things for ourselves. All Good Things then, is tied to value, care, health, self and communal love, faith, and a hope for life and meaningful connection. All Good Things isn’t necessarily materialistic, but more about the things that are truly good for us.

Additionally, I recognize that I am only one person but the need for good psychological and mental healthcare services is beyond me. So, I am also offering professional development services to practitioners to increase the quality of care that our communities receive.

As such, everything that is done with All Good Things is with that end goal in mind- to increase the quality, quantity, and care that our communities receive.

It is with these values and commitment to you that All Good Things offers its services.

Culturally Competent Care

Principles and Values

Dr. Ramírez provides psychological services that are sensitive to diverse cultural backgrounds, ensuring that every individual and family feels understood and supported.

Holistic Approach

Dr. Ramírez believes in addressing the mind, body, and spirit to promote overall well-being. Services at All Good Things encompass a comprehensive approach to mental health care.

Collaborative Partnership

Dr. Ramírez works closely with her clients, fostering a collaborative relationship built on trust and respect. Together, we create personalized treatment plans for optimal outcomes.


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