Why Community Is Vital For Mental Health Care
Culturally, mental health care may be considered a taboo. Generationally, it’s cause for distrust and inadequacy. Yet, they still had the answer for creating space for mental well-being.
This week, Consuelo explains why mental health care was not promoted, both culturally and generationally, here in the U.S., creating a void in mental well-being. Still, past generations and cultures carry an important aspect that fosters well-being: a close community. Learn ways to create community at home and at work so that, together, people gather in unity.
- Healing Involves Both the Mind and the Soul
- Why Mental Health Care is a Cultural & Generational Stigma
- Community Can Create Well-Being
- How to Create a New Community
Consuelo is a first gen Peruvian, structural engineer and mother who encourages women, especially women of color, to disregard conformity so their true personalities and talents will make this world a sassy musical rather than a dull monologue. Viva!
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