Jul 22, 2020
We're continuing our conversation this month about racial injustice and being an ally. On this week's episode, I'm chatting with The Self Care Doc, Dr. Raé Lundy. Dr. Raé and I dig deeper into self care and what self care looks like for our friends of color. If you take anything away from this conversation, it's that racism hurts us all and we need each other.
Dr. Raé is a licensed clinical psychologist, mental health activist, TEDx Speaker, and the Associate Vice President for Student Health, Counseling, and Wellness at Wiley College.
Recognized for providing culturally competent and inclusive psychological support, Dr. Lundy is particularly skilled in serving the needs of Black and underserved students through clinical counseling, training, advocacy, coalition building, educational instruction, and research.
In her role as Associate Vice President she lives out her mission to improve psychological health and wellbeing within communities of color by engaging in honest conversations about self-care, fostering healing dialogue, and reducing mental health stigma.
You can connect with her at The Self Care Doc
-Watch Dr. Raé's TEDTALK
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