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Monnica Williams



Monnica T. Williams, PhD, is a American board-certified clinical psychologist and expert on racial trauma, mental health disparities, and psychedelic medicine. She was part of the MAPS-sponsored multisite MDMA-assisted psychotherapy trial for PTSD for people of color.

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Introducing Ayahuasca

Amazonian healing traditions collide with Western medical sensibilities.

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Panel: Psychedelics, Injustice & Intersectionality of Trauma w/ Sevelius, Williams, Kahn & RedBear

Panel: Jae Sevelius, PhD, Monnica Williams, PhD, Paula Graciela Kahn, and LisaNa RedBear, moderated by Ismail Ali, JD A six-day global gathering of the international scientific community in Oakland, California to explore new research into the benefits and risks of MDMA, LSD, psilocybin, ayahuasca,...

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Eliminating Race-Based Mental Health Disparities: Promoting Equity and Culturally Responsive Care across Settings

Eliminating Race-Based Mental Health Disparities offers concrete guidelines and evidence-based best practices for addressing racial inequities and biases in clinical care. Perhaps there is no subject more challenging than the intricacies of race and racism in American culture.

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Can Racism Cause PTSD?

One major factor in understanding PTSD in ethnoracial minorities is the impact of racism on emotional and psychological well-being. Racism continues to be a daily part of American culture, and racial barriers have an overwhelming impact on the oppressed.

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Minority Mental Health Month: Racism and OCD

As a continuation of our Minority Mental Health Month series, join Jenny Yip, PsyD, ABPP, Monnica Williams, PhD, and Valerie Andrews for a discussion of racism and OCD.

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Jury Selection: Beyond Black and White

This article is intended to help familiarize the reader with systemic racism and offers suggestions on how to select a jury that is less likely to be affected by racial bias.

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Marginalized Voices, Racial Trauma, and the Psychedelic Healing Movement

Monnica T. Williams, Ph.D., ABPP, is an Associate Professor in the School of Psychology at the University of Ottawa, Canada Research Chair in Mental Health Disparities, and Director of the Laboratory for Culture and Mental Health Disparities.

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Microaggressions Really Are Aggressive

The term “microaggression” was originally coined by African American psychiatrist Chester Pierce (1970) over fifty years ago, in response to daily indignities he experienced from White people, including his own students and colleagues.

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Horizons 2018: Monnica Williams Ph.D. on “Race-Based Trauma”

“Race-Based Trauma: The Challenge and Promise of MDMA-Assisted Psychotherapy” Monnica Williams, Ph.D.

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The Fight Against Racism Must Continue

In the midst of America’s racial reckoning, psychologists are playing a key role in rethinking bias, policing, and other issues. But psychologists say the field itself has its own systemic injustices to dismantle.

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