In the final part of this 2-part series on stigma in the Black community, the conversation leans to the importance of cultural relevance and peers in guiding communities to help eradicate the stigma of mental health. Leading this conversation are Mental Health California Founder and Director, K.N. Smith, Brother Be Well Content Director, Michael P. Coleman, Brother Be Well Clinical Advisors, Mykel Gayent and Dr. Michael Houston, Sheree Criner, RN, Vice President, Capitol City Black Nurses Association, and Aron King, RN, Secretary, Capitol City Black Nurses Association.
Stigma in the Black Community – Part 2
Nov 2, 2022 | Podcasts