Welcome to Psychiatry! Our team of health care professionals, including psychiatrists, licensed clinical social workers, licensed marriage family therapists and psychologists provides mental health services to adults, adolescents and children — individually and in groups. We are committed to providing personalized care, and our patients are generally able to see the same therapist or psychiatrist at each visit. Psychologists, psychiatric social workers or licensed marriage family therapists provide the initial psychiatric evaluations and follow patients in psychotherapy.
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The struggles, social conditions of Black Americans, professional experiences and the barriers faced by black psychiatrists provided the thrust for its creation. Since the graduation of Solomon Carter Fuller from Boston University School of Medicine in , and for the next eight decades, black psychiatrists have persistently struggled to impact and effect change in American psychiatry. Recognizing the condition of our people within the United States and the context of their existence demanded an action-oriented organization to holistically address the pervasive ills faced by African Americans. The founders of the BPA understood the importance to move progressively to insure the emotional and psychological development of African Americans, affording them the tools to cope and succeed in the face of persistent racism. The BPA, from its inception, realized its special obligation to emphasize the mental health and emotional development of African Americans, and formulated objectives addressing requisite interdisciplinary action and definition of problems.
My specialty: Mental Health. My provider affiliation: Kaiser Permanente provider. I speak: English.
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