Decolonizing Mental Health

There is a significant harmful impact of white supremacy and anti-Blackness through the history of psychology and mental health care. This shows up in the current mental health field, diagnosis, and insurance-based behavioral health care. I believe that clinicians have a responsibility to call out problematic history, acknowledge the work that needs to be done, and actively work to create more accessible, culturally competent, and power/oppression/marginalization aware practices. That also includes pushing back against licensing bodies, psychological associations, insurance companies, and gatekeepers who set the rules.

Resources for Clinicians

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Social Justice & Liberation Resources

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