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I'm a first year PhD student at Auburn University in Counseling Psychology. I currently do research that is aimed at trying to understand the intersections of social and clinical psychology focused on how stigma towards mental health impacts ethnic minorities. I am also doing research with Dr. Conor O'Dea to understand attitudes from perceptions of diversity initiatives from those that typically benefit from them.
For decades, the field of psychology has been calling for culturally responsive interventions, developed with and for diverse populations. COVID-19 has highlighted the utility of digital and scalable minimally guided mental health interventions for helping individuals who lack access to or desire traditional face-to-face services. However, many of...
Black adults in the United States seek mental healthcare at a lesser rate than White adults, attributed in part to the stigma of seeking psychological help. Black men in need of mental health care face a double barrier associated with the intersection of their race and gender, as men report more negative attitudes toward help-seeking than do women....