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Resources for Racial Reconciliation and Justice: Mental Health Counseling

Books, articles & more in support of communities talking about race.

Mental Health Counseling

"Respect for diversity and engagement in advocacy are crucial components of the formation and identity development of mental health counselors.  As a seminary, we seek to go above and beyond knowledge of multicultural competencies and incorporate opportunities for development in self-awareness and skill development.  The MHC program is committed to preparing students to engage in the study, exploration, and conversation on intersectionality of identity, justice, and wellness.  We hope that this list of resources included on this page contributes to community wide engagement."

- Dr. Awa Jangha, Loise Henderson Wessendorff Assistant Professor of Spiritual Integration in Counseling

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