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BLACK FOLK DON'T

Go to Therapy

  • Aired: 03/05/2012
  • 08:39
  • Rating: NR
Presented by Black Public Media this episode asks, does the archetype of a stoic quietly suffering people hold for black folk? Are black folk more likely to associate a stigma with therapy and other forms of psychological self-exploration, or is that yet another myth with many holes?
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There is still a stigma around therapy, period, but how do black folk fare?
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