Addressing Systemic Racism: A Call to Action for Allies



Kimberlye Dean, PhD
Addressing Systemic Racism webinar with Kimberyle Dean PhD
Anxiety and Depression
September 17, 2020
- 12:00 pm

In the midst of the COVID-19 Pandemic, the chronic stressor of systemic racism continues to impede physical and mental health. Are you wondering what you can do to support BIPOC in light of this chronic stressor? Dr. Kimberlye Dean is a clinical psychology researcher who presents a solution focused toolkit to answer this question.  


Presenter(s) Biography

Kimberlye Dean, PhD

Kimberlye Dean PhD

Dr. Kimberlye Dean is a postdoctoral clinical research fellow in the Community Psychiatry PRIDE at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) and at Harvard Medical School (HMS). Dr. Dean’s clinical and research interests include examining the influence of multicultural factors on dually diagnosed clients with substance abuse and anxiety-related disorders—particularly among racially and culturally diverse populations. Dr. Dean’s research is focused on marginalized communities and aims to better understand barriers to evidence-based treatment for these populations, improve quality and access to mental health care, and to further advance and disseminate education for best practice evidence-based cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) among these communities. Connect with her on twitter @DrKimberlye.

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