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February is Black History Month, and just like in virtually every other field, Mental Health has benefited greatly from trailblazers of Color, for example: Drs. Mamie and Kenneth Clark.Mamie Phipps Clark was the first African American woman to earn a doctorate degree in psychology from Columbia University. She previously earned both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Howard University. Dr. Kenneth Clark was the first-ever black president of the American Psychological Association.The Clarks are best known for the famous “Doll Study” in which more than 200 Black children participated. Both Mamie and Kenneth Clark worked on this study, providing invaluable evidence in favor of ending school segregation in the supreme court case Brown vs. The Board of Education, citing that school segregation was psychologically harmful to black children.(Source: Mental Health America www.mhanational.org/black-pioneers-mental-health) ... See MoreSee Less
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According to a study published in 2021, fractals can reduce stress. Fractal patterns are associated with positive psychological experiences, particularly relaxation. Natural fractals are repeating patterns that recur on finer and finer scales. They can be found almost everywhere in nature, including in shells, flowers, leaves, snowflakes, and river deltas. If you want to look at a fractal to reduce stress, check out a succulent or a sunflower. Source: www.health.com/condition/stress/relaxing-images-to-destress ... See MoreSee Less
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Our bodies are mortal. One day we will breathe our last breath. Is it morbid to consider our last breath in advance? No. It is an invitation to awareness. We all will die. We will not all have truly lived. Today, and each day until our last, we can make the choice to remove ourselves from autopilot and instead infuse our every moment with richness, wonder, awe and gratitude. One day YOU will die -- and maybe in that moment you would be willing to give anything to be where you are, right now. In this very moment. ... See MoreSee Less
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