Celebrating Black Minds in Mental Health
  • Room 202, Smeaton Building, University of Plymouth

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You are invited to this free event put on by the School of Clinical Psychology to celebrate Black History Month. 

Featuring a series of talks on the contributions and experiences of black persons, from activists and academics to psychologists and writers, on our current understanding of mental health.

Featuring a talk and reflective space facilitated by writer and poet Louisa Adjoa Parker.

Date: Friday 4 October
Time: 10:00–16:00
Venue: Room 202, Smeaton Building
Ticket information: Free event, register your place via the link below

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