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A Conversation About Supporting the Mental Health of Black Women
Tentative description (official description forthcoming!):

Join Dorothee Tshiela, a clinical therapist at Face2Face and Saran Cryer, a Mental Health Wellness Counselor at Women's Advocates in a conversation about supporting the mental health of Black women.

In this 90 minute conversation, the featured speakers will engage in a conversation about:
Why mental health support matters for Black women and how to offer it
The stigma surrounding mental health in Black communities and how to mitigate its impact
Tools for how Black women can prioritize their mental health and actually ask for help

Live closed-captioning and ASL interpretation will be available for this webinar. You will also have the opportunity to request a certificate of attendance. This event will be recorded and uploaded to our YouTube channel at: http://www.youtube.com/c/womensadvocates

*Please email Brenisen at bwheeler@wadvocates.org with any questions, concerns or requests.

**American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation services provided by ThinkSelf Minnesota Deaf Education and Advocacy’s Specialized Interpreting Fellowship Training (SIFT) Program.

May 21, 2021 04:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Saran Cryer (she/her)
Mental Health Wellness Counselor @Women's Advocates
Dorothee Tshiela (she/her)
Clinical Therapist & Outpatient Clinical Supervisor @Face to Face
Hafia Gray
Independent Psychotherapist, Alcohol & Drug Counselor @Grounded In Wellness, LLC
My name is Hafia and I have passionately worked in the mental health/social services field for over 15 years. I hold professional licenses in drug and alcohol counseling (LADC) and professional clinical counseling (LPCC). I believe in taking a supportive, person-centered approach when working with clients, and I keep trauma-conscious practices at the forefront of my clinical and community work.