Although mental health challenges affect everyone regardless of race/ethnicity, gender, and other cultural factors, it is important to recognize that Black men may face additional psychosocial stressors and systemic barriers compared to other groups. Today, the accumulation of generational trauma, COVID-19, social unrest, police brutality, and other stressors may further exacerbate these challenges.
Speaking of mental health in the Black community, I hope that you can join us on October 24th as we present on debunking myths about anger, hosted by the Harvard Alumni for Mental Health! Everyone is welcome to attend and registration is free!
We also have an upcoming event on how to address microaggressions in clinical practice for mental health professionals taking place October 19th. Feel free to register today!
Interested in having Dr. Warner speak for your organization? Just let us know! Check out our website to learn more about our offerings.
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