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  • Depression – The Silent Killer

    Depression is not all the same in every person, and It comes in many different ways; there will be times when someone feels lonely, hopeless, or sad and depressed. Clinical depression is the medical name for Major depression and can last as long as two years with disabling effects. Contrary to some beliefs, depression is…
  • HIV and Therapy in the Black / African American Community

    Those living with HIV/AIDS are at a higher risk for mental disorders. The stress associated with dealing with a severe illness or condition, such as HIV, can affect mental health. It is vital for people living with HIV to know that they have a higher chance of developing mood, anxiety, and cognitive disorders. For example,…
    African American Woman holding a HIV awareness ribbon
  • Shining a Spotlight on Minority Mental Health Month

    July is Minority Mental Health Month when we can bring awareness to the neverending challenges minorities face concerning mental health and its treatment. Minority mental health remains a huge issue in the US and worldwide, even though every race can suffer from mental health disorders. We can all do our part by educating and speaking…
    African American Male crying during therapy session