Black Mental Health: the psychology of trauma and the art of well-being

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By Community Editor

This interactive presentation will focus on racism through a trauma lens and will look at the ways historical racial traumas continue to influence contemporary society and the overall well-being of our communities. Attendees can expect to gain insight on how to reconcile these historical truths in an effort to build authentic relationships, engage communities, and build good mental health and wellness.

When: Saturday, October 22, 2016

Time- 2:00pm to 4:00pm

Where-Main Library

Second Floor - Veterans Room
 
Event Type: 
 
Age Groups: Adults
 
Susan McClelland
 
smcclelland@oppl.org
708-452-3462
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