Black Voices: Drop-in Mental Health Support Group for Black Students

All CMHC groups are free and confidential.

The group engages in safe and authentic discussion around students’ experiences as Black and African American students on the UT campus.

From race relations to career development and from cultural appropriation to sexuality and dating in the Black community, students are welcome to discuss any topic that is relevant to their experiences. Topics may include, but are not limited to, the current sociopolitical climate, the psychosocial impact of racial injustice, systemic issues that historically and currently marginalize and oppress the Black community, religious and spiritual development and identity development in the Black community.

The drop-in format of the group is a great way to access mental healthcare without having to make a weekly commitment.

Registration – Not necessary. Participants are not required to participate each week and can drop in for one, some, or all group sessions. Click below to receive weekly reminder emails about the group.

For questions or more information - Contact Tina Alexander.

Dial-In Information

Wednesday, April 24 at 1:00pm to 2:00pm

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