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For Black History Month 2023 at UCSF, the Multicultural Resource Center (MRC), Office of Diversity and Outreach presents a Fireside Chat with the author of the Black Mental Health Workbook with Jasmine Lamitte, LCSW. 

The conversation will be moderated by Klint Jaramillo, MEd,MSW- LGBT and Multicultural Resource Center Director.

Thursday, February 23, 2023

Virtual | 12- 1 PM

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About the Author: Jasmine Lamitte is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and the Director of Mental Health for 20 schools in Los Angeles and Certified Trauma & Resilience Focused Clinical Practitioner (TRFP-C).

About the Book: Mental health challenges are intertwined with the Black experience in America, but healing is possible with the right support and guidance. Take control of your narrative and work through anxiety, depression, and trauma with this workbook’s tools and resources specifically designed for Black folks.

- Learn why mental health matters-Uncover the systemic racism and biases that stand in the way of Black mental health to fully understand the unique challenges Black Americans face.

-Deepen your understanding of you—Identify your unique stressors, traumas, and behaviors with insightful prompts and exercises that get to the root of your mental health struggles.

-Build your mental health tool kit—Support your mental health and identity with coping strategies you can incorporate into your daily life, including reciting affirmations, breath work, sharing music, and more.

These programs are a collective effort and collaboration with the Black History Month Planning Committee 2023:

  • The Black Caucus
  • BCH Oakland Black Caucus
  • Black Excellence in STEM (BE-STEM)
  • Student national Medical Association (SNMA)
  • Student National Dental Association (SNDA)
  • Multicultural Resource Center, Office of Diversity and Outreach

Event Details

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