Brooklyn College Student Advocates for More Black Women Therapists

by Todd Vandersline / nyclocal.org

Cherise Chancellor, a senior psychology major at Brooklyn College, is advocating for more Black women in the mental health field. She recognizes the stigmas surrounding therapy and mental health discussions in the Black and Caribbean communities and wants to help people overcome these barriers to healing. As a Tow Foundation Mentorship Initiative mentee and mental health advocate, Cherise is utilizing her creative talents in drawing and playing guitar to make impactful contributions to the psychology field.



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