LOS ANGELES — Pineapple Support has added independent therapist Yiset Mosquera Moreno to its roster of professionals available to provide support to Spanish-speaking performers in Latin America.
“I’m looking forward to using the experience I’ve gained from working with people from all genders and sexual orientations, treating situations like depression, stress, grieving process, self-esteem issues and relationship issues,” said Mosquera. “As a former cam model, I fully understand the difficulties of sex work that can affect mental health and I believe that everyone has the right to ask for mental help when in need, without being judged for their skin color, their gender, their nationality or what they do for a living.”
Leya Tanit, the founder of Pineapple Support, welcomed the opportunity to expand their reach.
“Since we began offering therapy, we’ve realised the incredible demand of adult performers seeking mental health services in Spanish-speaking countries in Latin America,” Tanit said. “We’re excited to welcome Yiset to the team, where her knowledge and experience is going to help many more performers receive the support they need.”
Pineapple Support was founded in 2018. The organization, a registered nonprofit in the United States and a registered charity in the United Kingdom, has connected over 1,000 adult performers to mental health services, including free and low-cost therapy, counseling and emotional support.