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Post-Traumatic Stress (PTSD) & black well being

Below are the best resources we could find on Post-Traumatic Stress (PTSD) and black well being.

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For Protesters, Trauma Lingers Long After the Marching Ends

Instead of relying on systems that have consistently failed the most vulnerable in the protest community, Mullan encourages a shift toward community-based care.

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Study Finds Ketamine Can Help Patients Manage Depression and PTSD

Through this treatment plan, the patient was able to “reconceptualize her trauma” and “was able to move through difficult memories and emotions rather than letting them consume her,” explained U of O associate professor, Monnica Williams.

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Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome. How Is It Different From PTSD? - AJ+ Opinion

How is Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome different from PTSD? Dr. Joy DeGruy explains how trauma can be passed on generation after generation. How is Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome different from PTSD? Dr. Joy DeGruy explains how trauma can be passed on generation after generation.

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Oppression and the Body: Roots, Resistance, and Resolutions

Asserting that the body is the main site of oppression in Western society, the contributors to this pioneering volume explore the complex issue of embodiment and how it relates to social inclusion and marginalization.

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This Is What Activism Does To Your Body

“Even with these health consequences, we can see the benefits of taking a stand because people are fighting for what they believe in and protecting people’s lives,” Sumner said. “I don’t think the answer is to stop altogether. It speaks to how critical it is to engage in self-care.

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2015 Summit: Adverse Childhood Experiences and Toxic Stress: A Public Health Crisis

Nadine Burke Harris, MD, MPH CEO, Center for Youth Wellness 2015 Child Health, Education, and Care Summit

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Psychedelics and Race: A Profile of Dr. Monnica T. Williams

The exuberant “renaissance” of studies researching psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy in the past twenty years has not sufficiently included the enrollment of racially diverse participants, a problem that psychedelic science and clinical research shares with mainstream psychiatry

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Dr. Nadine Burke Harris Testifies Before Congress - June 2018

Dr. Nadine Burke Harris, Pediatrician, CEO and Founder of the Center for Youth Wellness provided expert testimony on the physiological impact of children being forcibly separated from their parent(s) in a hearing organized by Sen. Jeff Merkley and other members of the Senate Democratic caucus.

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Experimental Treatments Changed the Course of the AIDS Epidemic; We Need the Same Approach to Mental Illness Today | Commentary

Demand from patients seeking help for their mental illnesses has led to underground use in a way that parallels black markets in the AIDS pandemic. This underground use has been most perilous for people of color, who face greater stigma and legal risks due to the War on Drugs.

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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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