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DOES THE BLACK COMMUNITY SHY AWAY VOSOT


FROM ADDRESSING MENTAL HEALTH?

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DOES THE BLACK COMMUNITY SHY AWAY

FROM ADDRESSING MENTAL HEALTH?

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The Howard University Counseling Center WITH MENTAL HEALTH AT THE FOREFRONT

Graphic of Kanye West from Billboard OF BLACK CULTURE AND PSYCHOLOGICAL

Graphic of Chance the Rapper from STUDIES, IT BEGS THE QUESTION: DOES THE

BlackDoctor.org BLACK COMMUNITY SHY AWAY FROM

The Howard University Counseling Center ADDRESSING MENTAL AND EMOTIONAL

HEALTH?

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Stacey Jackson-Lampley, Ph.D./ Psychologist TRT: (29): OC: STACEY JACKSON-LAMPLEY,

TRT:29 OC: Dr. Stacey Jackson-Lampley PH. D.

Dr. Stacey Jackson-Lampleys Office Mental health services have not always been

as, I think, considerate of cultural differences.

Graphics and text from National Health There is some stigma. Does this mean that Im

Institutes weak? Does this mean that Im crazy? All those

Dr. Stacey Jackson-Lampleys Office labels that can be assigned, which are really

unfair. I actually see seeking mental health as a


sign of strength, as recognizing that there are

some issues that you want to address and being

proactive about addressing those issues.

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Graphics and text from National Health ACCORDING TO THE NATIONAL INSTITUTES

Institutes OF HEALTH, STIGMA IS AN OVERALL ISSUE IN

MENTAL HEALTH, HOWEVER, THERE ARE

DIFFERENCES IN STIGMA AMONG CULTURAL

GROUPS. STUDIES INDICATE CULTURAL

VALUES ARE IMPORTANT WITH REGARD TO

STIGMA FOR ASIAN AMERICANS AND

AFRICAN AMERICANS IN PARTICULAR.

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DOES THE BLACK COMMUNITY SHY AWAY PKG
FROM ADDRESSING MENTAL HEALTH?

OC (ANCHOR)

DOES THE BLACK COMMUNITY SHY AWAY

FROM MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES?

VANIA BROWN HAS THE STORY.

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The Howard University Counseling Center WITH MENTAL HEALTH AT THE FOREFRONT

Graphic of Kanye West from Billboard OF BLACK CULTURE AND PSYCHOLOGICAL

Graphic of Chance the Rapper from STUDIES, IT BEGS THE QUESTION DOES THE

BlackDoctor.org BLACK COMMUNITY SHY AWAY FROM

The Howard University Counseling Center ADDRESSING MENTAL AND EMOTIONAL

HEALTH ISSUES?

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Tatyana Flannigan/ Howard Student TRT: (02) TATYANA FLANNIGAN

TRT:02 OC: Tatyana Flannigan Its not something that we really talk about.

Blackburn on Howard Universitys campus

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Alexandria Whitner/ Howard Student TRT: (03) ALEXANDRIA WHITNER

TRT:03 OC: Alexandria Whitner Its looked upon as being a negative thing in

Blackburn on Howard Universitys campus the black community.


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Alfred Ajani Walfall / Howard Student TRT: (04) ALFRED AJANI WALFALL

TRT:04 OC: Alfred Ajani Walfall Im just going through a lot right now, and I

Blackburn on Howard Universitys campus dont really know who to talk to.

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Stacey Jackson-Lampley, Ph.D./ Psychologist TRT: (29): OC: STACEY JACKSON-LAMPLEY,

TRT:29 OC: Dr. Stacey Jackson-Lampley PH. D.

Dr. Stacey Jackson-Lampleys Office Mental health services have not always been

as, I think, considerate of cultural differences.

Graphics and text from National Health There is some stigma. Does this mean that Im

Institutes weak? Does this mean that Im crazy? All those

Dr. Stacey Jackson-Lampleys Office labels that can be assigned, which are really

unfair. I actually see seeking mental health as a

sign of strength, as recognizing that there are

some issues that you want to address and being

proactive about addressing those issues.

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Vania Brown./ NewsVision Staff WHILE SOME MEMBERS OF THE HOWARD

TRT:12 OC: Vania Brown UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY BELIEVE MOST

Howard University Counseling Services BLACK PEOPLE SHY AWAY FROM

ADDRESSING MENTAL AND EMOTIONAL

HEALTH. HOWARD ALUMNI AND

PSYCHOLOGIST, DR. NICOLE CUTTS, HAS A

MUCH DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVE.


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Nicole Cutts, Ph.D./ Psychologist TRT: (22): NICOLE CUTTS, PH. D

TRT:22 OC: Dr. Nicole Cutts I think the larger American culture, to some

Dr. Nicole Cutts Family Home degree, does stigmatize mental health issues

and the idea of going and getting treatment, but

I dont think thats peculiar to folks in the black

community.

What determines, in large part, whether or not

people shy away from mental health services

has more to do with peoples socio-economic

status and their upbringing, their exposure and

their education.

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Graphics and text from National Health ACCORDING TO THE NATIONAL INSTITUTES

Institutes OF HEALTH, THERE ARE DIFFERENCES IN

STIGMA AMONG CULTURAL GROUPS, WHILE

EXPLANATION AS TO WHY THESE

DIFFERENCES EXIST ARE RARELY SHOWN,

STUDIES INDICATE CULTURAL VALUES ARE

IMPORTANT WITH REGARD TO STIGMA FOR

ASIAN AMERICANS AND AFRICAN AMERICANS

IN PARTICULAR. LESS IS KNOWN ABOUT THE

INTERACTION BETWEEN CULTURAL VALUES

AND MENTAL ILLNESS STIGMA FOR OTHER


CULTURAL GROUPS.

Howard Universitys campus BUT HOW DO WE AS A COMMUNITY, COMBAT

Howard students walking THE OVERLYING ISSUE OF STIGMATISM?

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Nicole Cutts, Ph.D./ Psychologist TRT: (13): NICOLE CUTTS, PH. D

TRT:13 OC: Dr. Nicole Cutts Educate yourself. You should also be sensitive,

Dr. Nicole Cutts Family Home I think, in your language in not engaging in

microaggressions. I think that hiding it, feeling

that shame, helps to perpetuate the stigma.

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OC: Dr. Nicole Cutts FOR NEWSVISION, IM VANIA BROWN

Dr. Nicole Cutts Family Home ###