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Diversity and Inclusion

How to Identify the Right Mental Health Resource

February 25, 2021 at 1:00pm2:30pm EST

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This event is part of the Racial Equity Academic Symposium which is presented by the Office of Diversity and Inclusion and the Division of Faculty Affairs in the Office of Academic Affairs:

COVID-19, social injustice, political divisiveness, economic hardship, anti-Blackness.  Each of these issues work collectively to enhance the mental health needs of Black individuals. Dr. Tanya Williamson Ph.D., the associate director of diversity, equity, and inclusion in the Barnes Center and Simone C. Adams LMFT,  assistant director in the counseling center will outline the mental health challenges faced by Black people and provide tips on how to identify the right mental health resource.

In addition, information on resources available in the Barnes Center to the campus community will be shared as well as the current work being done in the Barnes Center to create an equitable, diverse, accessible, and inclusive atmosphere for the campus student population to support overall health and wellness.

This event was published on February 11, 2021.

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