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Anger and depression in the Black community – Implications for the clinic, Part II

DMHA, CUME, IU School of Education, & Equity Institute on Race, Culture & Transformative Action

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Presenter: David Suzuki, Ph.D. 

Title: Anger and depression in the Black community – Implications for the clinic, Part II

We will continue the discussion started in December on anger and depression.  In Part II this month, we will focus on how depression in some African Americans is invisible (under- and mis-assessed) and how depression may be expressed in some individuals.  Suggestions for fostering culturally responsive counseling will be discussed in parallel with possible contributions by listeners about “what has worked” for them.  

The Equity Institute on Race, Culture & Transformative Action at IUPUI has partnered with the Division of Mental Health & Addiction to provide an online cultural competency training program.

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DMHA, CUME, IU School of Education, & Equity Institute on Race, Culture & Transformative Action

DMHA works to ensure that Indiana citizens have access to quality mental health and addiction services that promote individual, family and community resiliency and recovery.

The Center for Urban and Multicultural Education (CUME) at the Indiana University School of Education, IUPUI creates connections between research, theory and practice with the ultimate aim of improving the quality of education throughout the P-20 continuum, focusing on the urban school setting from early childhood through graduate school levels, and including formal, alternative and community-based education. 

The IU School of Education at Indianapolis is unique, rich in culture, diversity, technology, and dedicated to offering a variety of quality programs for pre-service and in-service education professionals. 

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