Men of Color & Mental Health

Thursday, December 3, 2020
6 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.

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Men of color, aged 18-44, with daily feelings of anxiety or depression are less likely than non-Hispanic White men to take medication or talk to mental health professionals.

The Massachusetts Department of Mental Health, in partnership with William James College’s Black Mental Health Graduate Academy, is hosting a wide-ranging panel discussion, with mental health professionals of color, on mental health stressors and stigma experienced by men of color. Panelists will also explore men of color's underappreciated resilience and strengths.

The Panel will be moderated by:

Panel of Mental Health Professionals:

  • Giscard Saintil, LMHC
  • Luis F. Borrero, MSW, LICSW
  • Earl Miller
  • Kevin Narine
  • Juan Rosario, MA
  • Curtis Chambers

Join via Facebook Live at 6pm on 12/3/2020:

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