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We are excited to announce the release of our book, Healing Racial Stress Workbook for Black Teens: Skills to Help You Manage Emotions, Resist Racism, and Feel Empowered.

 

Written by a team of clinical and community psychologists and experts in Black mental health and wellness including Dr. Jessica S. Henry, Dr. Farzana T. Saleem, Dr. Dana L. Cunningham, Dr. Nicole L. Cammack, and Dr. Danielle R. Busby, this workbook is informed by evidence-based strategies to help Black teens manage their emotions in the face of race-based stress, find strength in their racial and cultural identity, gain the skills to combat racism, and foster wellness.

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Wayne Anthony Smith (pronouns: he/him/his) is a domestic abuse victim & survivor, mental health professional, and self-proclaimed social rights activist, speaking out for the acknowledgment of African American, LGBTQIA+ experiences within the community and field of Psychology. Through his activism work, Wayne Smith has worked alongside community organizations throughout L.A. County, providing social support groups for LGBTQIA+-identifying persons, participating in marches led by Black- and LGBTQIA+ organizations, and support for the city’s homeless population.

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