The Barristers Club Diversity & Inclusion Committee presents
Mental Health and Well-Being
A timely discussion for Black and Asian communities in light of police brutality and hate crimes/incidents.
||Wednesday, June 30, 2021
||4:00 - 5:00 p.m.
||No MCLE Provided
2020 and 2021 have been tough years to say the least. In light of police brutality against Africans and African Americans, and rising hate crimes/incidents against Asian Americans, how can we as a society keep ourselves mentally healthy and well? How can we talk to our children about processing these events without traumatizing them? At what point should a person of color experiencing trauma from these events reach out to a licensed psychologist for help? Join us for this community-based fireside chat to discuss these issues and more.
- Individual and Community Trauma
- Best Practices to Keep Sane and Mentally Strong
- How to Talk with Children and Teens about Police Brutality and Hate Crimes/Incidents
- When to Escalate to a Professional
Charles Houston Bar Association; Blacks in Technology, LLC; Black Women Lawyers Association of Northern California; Asian American Bar Association of the Greater Bay Area; Alameda County Bar Association Wellness Section
Event Code: B210203
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