Come Let Us Reason! Community Collaborative Interventions: Black Community Mental Health.

As part of our commitment to the principles of black lives matter, IFT is proud to include this workshop as part of its Come Let Us Reason! series.  Here Karen Carberry introduces her workshop which  draws on over 9 years of ‘hope’ collaborating and equipping constellations of families and communities in the UK and the Caribbean, before and during the current COVID-19 pandemic.  Karen  will draw on material from The International Handbook of Black Community Mental Health. Don’t miss this series: 1, 2, 8, and 9 July.

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