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Afraid black man with autism representing negative police encounters of the mentally ill

Protecting the Most Vulnerable Among Us

February 15, 2021

About two weeks ago, ironically only a few days into Black History Month, I had an experience that incensed me to my core. It was familiar anger that I’d felt many times before, but this time around, I decided to try and put words to my outrage. I took a moment to think about the depths of what I was feeling that day. 


Muslim mother and autistic child

Looking Within: White Allyship in ABA

March 15, 2021

Clinicians hold powerful positions that require them to meet the unique cultural needs of the individuals they serve to provide the best treatment. As a Caucasian female heavily influenced by mainstream white American culture, my experiences are uniquely different from other individuals. I must carefully consider my background and issues of race and ethnicity while serving diverse multicultural individuals. 


Muslim mother and autistic child

Children's Mental Health: Ecological Versus Mental

March 30, 2021

Today I had the opportunity to co-lead as a panelist, presenting to a group of women that are limited in their resources with very little to no external support. The panelists and I took turns discussing an important topic that, while a commonplace challenge within the Black American community, remains a very sensitive topic of discussion.