African-Americans, Psychotherapy & Spirituality John Ydstie talks to Dr. Carl Bell, a professor of psychiatry at the University of Illinois, and Dr. Michele Balamani, director of Baraka pastoral counseling center in Maryland, about the stigma attached to seeking counseling among many African-Americans. One way that the psychiatric profession has tried to reach out to those in need is through church-based therapy groups.
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African-Americans, Psychotherapy & Spirituality

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African-Americans, Psychotherapy & Spirituality

African-Americans, Psychotherapy & Spirituality

African-Americans, Psychotherapy & Spirituality

Only Available in Archive Formats.

John Ydstie talks to Dr. Carl Bell, a professor of psychiatry at the University of Illinois, and Dr. Michele Balamani, director of Baraka pastoral counseling center in Maryland, about the stigma attached to seeking counseling among many African-Americans. One way that the psychiatric profession has tried to reach out to those in need is through church-based therapy groups.