C895 & Seattle Children’s Present: BIPOC Mental Health

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July is BIPOC Mental Health Month, and in this Coping 101 episode our students explore mental health in BIPOC communities with Andrea Ramos-Castillo – an elementary school-based therapist from Seattle Children’s Odessa Brown Children’s Clinic. Here we unpack the stigma around seeking help, access to culturally competent care and breaking cycles to heal generational trauma from things like racism and oppression. Explore the many local and online resources for Black and Indigenous People of Color located below.

Seattle Children’s Resources

More Resources

MHA Infographic - click for screen readable image

4 Reasons Why Focusing on Mental Health is So Important In the Asian American and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) Communities Infographic - click for screen readable version

Recognizing Anxiety and Depression in the Black Community Infographic - click for the screen readable version

Recognizing Anxiety and Depression in the Black Community Infographic - click for the screen readable version

Visit Coping 101 for resources and links on other mental health topics.

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