Black Mental Health Forum - Shared screen with speaker view
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What a powerful group of wisdom. Grateful to be in the midst.
It’s amazing to hear the journeys that have led to you all embracing what clearly sounds like a divine assignment.
“Where you talk about everything other than you and me” - ASE. The power and importance of intimacy.
Very grateful for that.
Yes Jared. Powerful insights!Reminds me of the role that the womb plays as a source of transference. We are so worthy of healing.
Very much appreciate that Mama Monique. Grateful for that insight.
Yes!!! Powerful aspects.
I have to hop off but just want to send a quick gratitude to you Nafisa… for your courage; your leadership; your care. Please continue to answer the call. Love and power to you! And to the panelists… May you continue to experience blessings and protection as you do this sacred work. May the seeds you’re planting today water billions of generations back and forward. Humbled and grateful to receive this powerful experience today! Be well.
IFSS has been a great resource for familes
Sis. Renee Muhammad
Meditation retreats www.dhamma.org www.artofliving.org www.vipassna.org www.selfrealization.org www.kriplau.org
On a familial level, sustained ancestor work can help heal intergenerational patterns of family dysfunction. By working with spiritually vibrant ancestors, one can start to understand and transform patterns of pain and abuse, and gradually reclaim the positive spirit of the family.
Kia Fabor Muhammad
Beautiful discussion about African-centered perspective and approaches!
Community Cares Listening Line- for first responders- referral resource
NJ Association of black social workers
Black community resource directory
Black therapy central
This panel is a good indication that things are getting better for us in terms of mental health for the Black community
Thank you I hope there is a part two