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Your Journey: Addressing the Psychological Challenges of Alopecia
Although alopecia is not a life-threatening condition, studies have shown that it has significant psychological impact on one's quality of life (emotional, mental, and social). Join us in a thought-provoking session with a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Professional to receive tools for navigating your journey with alopecia as well as tips to build self-confidence and self-acceptance.

Nov 30, 2020 04:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Danielle Hairston, MD
Dr. Danielle Hairston is a double board certified, Adult/Consultation-Liaison psychiatrist, medical educator, author, speaker, and promoter of mental wellness. She earned her medical degree at Howard University College of Medicine and completed her general psychiatry residency at Howard University Hospital. In 2018, Dr. Hairston returned to Howard University College of Medicine as an Assistant Professor and was recently appointed as the Psychiatry Residency Program Director. Dr. Hairston currently serves as the American Psychiatric Association (APA)’s Black Caucus’ President. She has served as the Black Psychiatrists of America (BPA) Scientific Program Chair since 2016. Dr. Hairston has spoken nationally and internationally about the impact of race and culture on mental health. She is a contributing author to the recently published book, Racism and Psychiatry: Contemporary Issues and Interventions.