Carla serves as panelist for African History Month event

by | Mar 26, 2022 | Uncategorized

A trauma expert, Carla served as a panelist in honor of Africa History Month; the topic was intergenerational trauma. Black Mental Health Matters hosted an international panel of experts who discussed the history, signs and impacts of intergenerational trauma and how to thrive beyond it. Carla shared her four step method for self-care, which is a key part of healing. 

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