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Mental Health in the Workplace: To Disclose or Not?

July 28, 2020

Written by: Tonya J. Williams, B.A., J.D.  This July, we are focusing our content on ‘Minority Identities and Mental Health’, a blog series honoring #MMHAM that discusses the mental health risks, issues, and resources specifically affecting minority populations and identities.   I live with a diagnosis of Bipolar Disorder. I was diagnosed more than 10 years more »

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Five (Pandemic-Friendly) Mental Health Resources Available for Minority Communities #MMHAM

July 24, 2020

Written by: Zoë King  This July, we are focusing our content on ‘Minority Identities and Mental Health’, a blog series honoring #MMHAM that discusses the mental health risks, issues, and resources specifically affecting minority populations and identities.   Throughout this month of Minority Mental Health Awareness, we have been going into detail about the additional threats more »

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One Voice, Less Stigma: My Latina Identity Holding Hands with Depression #MMHAM

July 20, 2020

Written by: Kristen Luft This July, we are focusing our content on ‘Minority Identities and Mental Health’, a blog series honoring #MMHAM that discusses the mental health risks, issues, and resources specifically affecting minority populations and identities.  When I was in college, I was diagnosed with depression. It had been apparent that something was wrong halfway through more »

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Ways to Help Support POC’s Mental Health #MMHAM

July 17, 2020

Written by: Zoë King Author’s Note: Since I am not a person of color, and thus cannot draw on personal experience to write this post, the information will be drawn from research done by experts on this topic. This July, we are focusing our content on ‘Minority Identities and Mental Health’, a blog series honoring more »

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