Coloring Mental Health Collective (CMHC) advocates and organizes for the mental wellness of Black and Brown people; it also seeks to dismantle oppressive ideologies and behaviors that cause emotional suffering. CMHC does this through innovation and creativity to foster safe and transformative spaces for communities to dialogue, imagine and re-imagine, and create a new future for Black and Brown people to more fully embody healing, freedom, and life-giving relationships.
The Coloring Mental Health Collective was founded based on the following: Continuing Education, Community Organizing, Care & Counseling, The Musical Arts.
Presented by Coloring Mental Health Collective in conjunction with The Center for the Church and the Black Experience of Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary and The Center for Religion & Psychotherapy of Chicago.
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Thank you so much for attending this year’s symposium & roundtable discussion. We can only make a difference in our communities through collaborations and your input.
Below are the event details from our symposium in Chicago and the roundtable discussion questions that will help shape the next steps of how we will impact Chicagoland.