There has been harmful rhetoric that promotes toxic masculinity and hinders men’s willingness to address their mental health. The rhetoric may stem from some people’s beliefs that men shouldn’t express their emotions and should be able to endure their traumas and stress in isolation. Research shows that men are less likely to seek mental health services and are more likely to die by suicide.
On Thursday, July 29th at noon, join in a discussion on exploring the many layers of Black Men’s mental health. Sponsored by NAMI Charlotte, Justin L. Perry, LCSW, activist, columnist and mental health therapist will be the keynote speaker.
This is a virtual session available wherever you are-via Zoom.