Seeing the Past But Not Captured by It: The Need for Cultural Healing

This Summit will feature important presentations that change the perpetuated narratives around race and mental health to transform how the recognition, acknowledgement, and appreciation of cultural differences influences mental health care provision among people of African descent. Recognizing local knowledge and utilizing community-based assets make it possible to provide culturally-sensitive and appropriate mental health services that meet the demands of those who need cultural healing.

Register here – $75.00 for a two day event

Keynotes
Dr. Linda James Myers; Professor of Psychology, Psychiatry and African American Studies, Ohio State University
​Director of The Ohio State University Black Studies Extension Center in Columbus, Ohio.

Dr. Oliver J. Williams; Executive Director Institute on Domestic Violence in the African American Community, School of Social Work, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN.

African Entertainment & Cultural Drumming: Titambe West African Dance.

CEUs Available, Arts & Exhibition, Tour of the African Gallery