Self-care may require tackling our own sense of worthiness and revisiting social notions of who is deserving of care and why.
An Ecuadorian medical doctor and traditional healer shares his journey of biomedical science, psychedelic plant medicines, and transformation.
The remarkable story of Dr. Jonathan Flores who bridges two worlds across eras, continents, and non-ordinary states of consciousness.
Confusion abounds over Critical Race Theory and the science of subtle racism.
“Perhaps if people had seen what I saw, they would have compassion too.” It’s easy to cheer from the sidelines, but what does it take to really make a difference?
Not only do people of color have limited access to mental health care, they are also subject to discrimination and social disadvantage that can be invisible to White people.
How can you be an effective and compassionate therapist in the era of Black Lives Matter? These tips will help you feel more confident with clients of color.
Some people with OCD describe their symptoms as being purely obsessional or “pure O.” They don’t realize they are performing hidden compulsions all the time.
Although obsessive-compulsive disorder remains a hidden problem in communities of color, Black notables and celebrities who have dealt OCD speak out.
We brought White students into the lab to see how many would be racial justice allies when confronted with racism. What we learned truly surprised us.