Black Mental Wellness Virtual Conference Speakers
Opening Session: Cultivate. Restore. Empower.
Presenters: Jennifer Mullan, PsyD., Nicole Cammack, Ph.D., Danielle Busby, Ph.D., Dana Cunningham, Ph.D., and Jessica Henry, Ph.D.
Microaggressions in the Workplace
Presenter: Giorgio Chatelain, MSW
A Postpartum State of Mind: Supporting Black mothers and Birthing people during pregnancy and postpartum
Presenter: Patience Riley, Masters in Community Counseling
Good Vibes Only: How to Avoid the Pitfalls of Toxic Positivity and Embrace the Freedom of Being Yourself in the Workplace
Presenter: Brittany D Ward
Beyond Diversity: Cultivating Spaces Where Black Voices Flourish
Presenter: Sorbriqué "Sorby" Grant, Master of Science in Teaching; Master of Public Policy and Urban Planning.
Brother to Brother: Breaking Barriers and Building Bridges. Black Men and Mental Health
Presenters: James Harris, Davonte Green, and Larry Rencher
The Caregiver Survival Guide: Accessing Mental Wellness While Caring for Family
Presenter: Aisha Adkins
Let’s Talk About Being Black & Gay: Changing Modern Discourse To Promote Positive Mental Health Outcomes for LGBTQIA+- identifying African-Americans.
Presenter: Wayne Smith, M.S.
Building Bridges, Empowering Communication: Fostering Inclusive Communication for Black Professionals’ Mental Health
Presenter: Morgan Carey, MS Human Resources Management: Organizational Development
Sister to Sister: Black Women and Mental Health
Presenters: Speakers: Amma Gyamfowa, Neasel Conner, Kimberly Parker, and Jacqueline Stevens
Managing the Strain of Being Black in America: A Comprehensive and Integrative Approach to Healing.
Presenter: Artisa Mae Moten, Masters in Counseling LMFT
Black People Die By Suicide Too: It's Not a "White" Thing
Presenters: Jordan Scott, M.S. (Administration in Human Services); T-Kea Blackman; Rafiah Maxie-Cole, Master of Social Work
The Ethos-Driven Leadership™ Framework: Reimagining Leadership by Prioritizing Authenticity, Wellness & Belonging.
Presenter: Dawn Christian, BA, MBA
Pathways to Liberation: Integrating Black Identity Development, Oppression, and Liberation Psychology for Enhanced Mental Health
Presenter: Raquel Martin, PhD Medical & Clinical Psychology