“It was an honor to be invited on October 29, 2020, to a panel focused on the important topic of equity in mental health. Discussion focused on the role systemic racism & discrimination play in barriers to mental health quality of care and access to BIPOC people. We also highlight ways to dismantle attitudes, institutions, and structures that are barriers to equity in mental health. Many thanks to United Way of Central Maryland- Emerging Leaders United.” -Dr. Chioma Anah
Moderated by ELU’s own Ashley Fennig Marshall, the event featured Dr. Chioma Anah, Ed.D., ATR, LCPC, NCC, ACS, Founder & CEO of PerceptA Therapeutic & Training Center, LLC and board member of Pro Bono Counseling, Amy Greensfelder, LMSW Executive Director of 211 partner, Pro Bono Counseling Project, and S. Vanessa Howard, MA Clinical Education/Coordinator.