BreaKING the Ice: Black Men’s Mental Health and Wellness Conference
The annual program BreaKING the Ice: Black Men’s Mental Health and Wellness Conference: Policy, Implementation and Practice in the Face of Social Injustice invites scholars and practitioners with expertise in policy development, practice, mental health, prevention, intervention and education.
We are especially interested in topics that recognize antiblackness, the racialized and gendered differences in mental health treatment and the promotion of methods to facilitate practical approaches and exploring practical solutions.
We are looking for presentations related to the following topics:
- Exploring Legislative Solutions: Policies to Support Black Men’s Mental Health
- Community-Led Initiatives: Grassroots Interventions for Mental Wellness
- Intersectionality in Mental Health: Gender, Sexuality, and Ableism
- Advancing Structural Humility in Mental Health Care with Black Men
- Innovative Approaches: The Role of Technology in Mental Health Care as an Intervention
- Educational Initiatives: Promoting Mental Health Awareness in Black Communities
- Breaking Stigmas: Media Representation and Its Impact on Mental Health Policies
- Fostering Collaboration: Partnerships between Government and NGOs for Mental Health
- Economic Empowerment as a Mental Health Intervention for Black Men
- Crisis Response and Mental Health: Enhancing Support Systems for Black Men
- Dismantling Structural Racism in Mental Health: A Call to Action
- Promoting Mental Wellness: Considerations for Policy and Practice
- Recognizing Cultural Diversity in Mental Health Training and Education
- Promoting Antiracism, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Mental Health Education and Training
Conference attendees who attend the full-day event will be eligible for 6 CEs.
If interested in being a panelist an abstract must be submitted for consideration.
- List 3 learning objectives
- Abstract up to 250 words
Please submit your proposals and/or TedX (5 min video). The submission deadline is February 16, 2024 (No exceptions will be made!).
Afternoon Session of the conference
Hot Topic (TedX Style) Submission (12 mins, one presenter):
Here is your opportunity to present a TedX-style talk on one of the topics above or related to the conference theme. Please submit a 5-minute video snippet.
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Adelphi University School of Social Work is an approved provider for continuing education credits for the following:
- Social Workers
- CASAC Renewal upon approval
- APA Psychology
- NYSED Psychology
Successful completion for the award of approved continuing education credits requires attendance at the entire training/workshop and submission of a completed evaluation form.
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