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Mamas, Memories and Black Mental Health

Mother’s Day and Memorial Day are celebrated in May, which can trigger many emotions: we must remember we don’t have to take them on...

Cultural Competency in Mental Health Treatment—Making Recovery Possible

While interviewing Jay-Z, Van Jones famously remarked, “As scared as Black folks are of the cops, we’re even more scared of therapists.” As a...

Self-Love: The Greatest Love of All

February is a powerful month in the African-American psyche. It is Black History Month, and it includes Valentine’s Day. This is a time when...

At the Crossroads: Where is the Healing  from Terrorism and Trauma...

By Tony (Heru)  Jackson, Ph.D. | Bay Area Chapter of the ABPsiAs we approach the Association of Black Psychologists’ 50th anniversary, we are called to...

Black Psychology: Children and Family Therapy

By Michael E. Connor, Ph.D. Professor Alliant International University and Professor Emeritus CSULB​When many/most folks think about psychology, they are likely thinking about clinical psychology—the branch which...
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