Black Women's Mental Health - Book

Black Women's Mental Health - Book

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Black Women’s Mental Health is a book that provides a thoughtful look at the This challenges of Black women’s struggle for inner peace and mental stability. Contributors to the book come from various professional backgrounds such as psychology, sociology, law, and medicine, as well as the humanities to discuss issues ranging from stress, sexual assault, healing, self-care, and contemplative practice to health-policy considerations and parenting. This book merges theory and practice with personal stories and public policy to develop a new framework for approaching Black women’s wellness in order to provide tangible solutions. Also included for health professionals are concrete recommendations for understanding and treating Black women.

This book highlights the work of various mental health organizations including No More Martyrs. The featured editors of this book at Dr. Stephanie Evans (Professor and Chair of African American Studies, Africana Women’s Studies and History at Clark Atlanta University), Dr. Kanika Bell (Licensed Psychologist and Associate Professor of Psychology at Clark Atlanta Univeristy) and Dr. Nsenga K. Burton (Digital Editor of Grady Newsource at the University of Georgia).

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