Brother Be Well Wellness for Boys and Men of Color

“More ACEs, more problems,” cautions Dr. Breanna Gentile, Senior Product Designer and Researcher, Center for Youth Wellness – a program of Safe & Sound. Join her, Brother Be Well Content Director, Michael P Coleman, Vice President, Capitol City Black Nurses Association, Sheree Criner, RN, and Clinical Advisor with, Gustavo Garcia-Rojas, MA, AMFT, as they probe how racism increases one’s exposure to Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) leading to greater challenges for people of color. This podcast is sponsored by Blue Shield of California’s BlueSky initiative.

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