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Author Topic: Black men too often resist therapy and shy away from mental health careers  (Read 128 times)

Offline klg14

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We must find ways to fix both supply and demand, starting with making therapy feel normal in college
https://hechingerreport.org/opinion-black-men-too-often-resist-therapy-and-shy-away-from-mental-health-careers/

Paul “JR” Allen is an LMFT who started his own private practice, Hue of Mental Health, in Ontario, California.
https://www.huemh.com/
« Last Edit: September 20, 2022, 11:58:45 AM by klg14 »
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We've got to break that stigma, some how. :brickwall:

 

 

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