Black Mental Wellness Virtual Conference
The COVID pandemic highlighted the pre-existing disparities related to mental health access, treatment, and outcomes. Since 2020, it has been a time of loss, grief, collective pain, and significant life changes for so many of us and few people are talking about the mental toll of these experiences, particularly in the Black community.
To address this we launched the Black Mental Wellness Virtual Conference in 2020. This conference is dedicated to uplifting the Black community and continues to emphasize the importance of naming our range of feelings, while remaining empowered to heal during these emotionally challenging times. This is a conference for anyone who is invested in Black mental health and wellness.
2022 Virtual Conference
Elevating Through Community Support and Knowledge
November 5, 2022 at 1pm EST
When: November 5, 2022
Time: 1:00pm EST
Where: Virtual (Hopin Platform)
The Black Mental Wellness Virtual Conference offers an excellent opportunity to increase the visibility of your organization and products to our diverse community of experts and individuals.
We have a range of ways sponsors can donate towards the success of this conference.
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We are looking for dynamic speakers for our 2022 virtual conference who are able to teach attendees practical skills to eradicate barriers to their personal growth, heal, and find joy through community.
Stay tuned for a Call for Speakers, which will be released in June 2022 with more details.
"The Black Mental Wellness Conference is a must attend event for all levels of the mental health spectrum. You will leave with knowledge and learning you can apply to your craft immediately. I came back with valuable insights and fully charged with positive emotions. The conference is filled full of the latest learning and practices from true, world-class experts. The Black Mental Wellness Conference is a terrific investment of time that pays dividends and provides real-world results. If you are focused on the field of mental health don’t even think about it – just go."
-Brandon M. Frame
Founder of The Black Man Can