Healing While Black
The Process: Recognize, Reclaim, Restore
In recognition of National Black, Indigenous, People of Color Mental Health Month (formerly Minority Mental Health Month), The Well for Life in partnership with New Visions of the Well, University of South Florida, and Pinellas County Urban League present:
Healing While Black.
During this summit we will engage in dialogue, explore research, bare witness to lived experience, and reflect on our healing practice.
National BIPOC Mental Health Summit 2020
“Caring for myself is not self-indulgence, it is self-preservation, and that is an act of political warfare." Audre Lorde
Earn CEU's while you: Recognize, Reclaim, and Restore
Sponsors and Supporters
We are pleased to have Social Support from Clinicians of Color in Private Practice, Black Therapist Rock, National Alliance for Mental Illness, National Association of Black Counselors, Dr. Carter G. Woodson African-American History Museum, National Council of Negro Women - St. Petersburg Section, Crime Survivors for Safety and Justice - St. Petersburg Chapter, The Foundation for a Healthy St. Petersburg.
Black Therapists Rock
Pinellas Community Foundation
Clinicians of Color
Pinellas County Urban League
National Alliance on Mental Illness
USF Family Study Center
Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American History Museum
Foundation for a Healthy St. Pete
National Association of Black Counselors
In an effort to support accessibility, we encourage individuals to contribute towards the true cost of the summit. Join in solidarity with the Black Professionals who coordinated this space.
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