Supporting Black Men's Mental Health Through a Culturally Responsive Approach
It is well known that exposure to racism and discrimination are linked to various adverse mental health outcomes. For Black men, toxic masculinity, generational trauma, and mistrust of the healthcare system have been proven to serve as additional barriers that impact therapy retention and outcomes. Dr. Warner will provide culturally responsive, trauma-informed ways to address these challenges to boost wellness for Black men.
About the Presenter
Ryan C. Warner, PhD, is a sought-after licensed psychologist, speaker, and consultant. He received a PhD in Counseling Psychology from Marquette University. He has conducted speaking engagements and trainings at both national and international levels, has been published in various peer-reviewed journals, and has accelerated meaningful change within small and large organizations. He is an expert in the study of microaggressions, psychological resilience, and unconscious bias, and his message has reached millions of people globally.
Continuing Education Information
1 CE Credit, Instructional Level: Intermediate
1 Contact Hour (New York Board of Psychology)
- Describe ecological exposures that influence mental health treatment for Black men.
- Identify evidence-based frameworks rooted in social justice to promote cultural healing and well-being.
- Analyze culturally responsive, trauma-informed strategies to best assess and treat Black men in clinical practice.
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