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Reducing racial disparities in mental health
Black Mental Health Graduate Academy
Today’s America is far removed from the brutal grips of slavery but the trauma of White supremacy and anti-Black racism remains.
Our nation is in crisis—so now more than ever, we need to practice positivity to emotionally cope.
Black boys' vulnerabilities, stemming from America's historically-shaped hostility towards them, require the support of powerful mentors.
Are you a Black clinician dealing with racially-based stress? Take a deep breath and get connected.
Zero tolerance policies meant to decrease harm may hurt students of color.
For Black clinicians, is in-home psychotherapy potentially risky?
How health psychologists of color can shape the future of health care.
Celebrating pioneering Black female psychologists during Black History Month.
The Black Mental Health Graduate Academy at William James College is committed to decreasing racial and ethnic disparities by diversifying the mental health workforce and advocating for underserved groups.