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Post Traumatic Slavery Disorder and Black Mental Health With Brandon Jones – UBA Radio

Post Traumatic Slavery Disorder and Black Mental Health with Brandon Jones

In this remastered episode of UBA Radio, founder of the Jegna Institute and Mental Health Practitioner
Brandon Jones, M.A. introduces us to the forces that impact the black psyche and Post Traumatic Slavery Disorder.

Brandon comes from an African Centered perspective in the therapeutic realm. He specializes in male development, Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), Historical and Intergenerational trauma, domestic violence, adolescents, healthy relationships.

As a native of Saint Paul, Minnesota he has survived domestic violence and various other forms of trauma. But today, Brandon holds a B.A. in Sociology from the University of Minnesota, a Masters in Psychology from Metropolitan State University, and a Masters in Psychotherapy from Adler Graduate School.

Here Is What You Will Learn

✓ How we deal with both intergenerational and historical collective trauma that we as Black people have been through.

✓ How racists use ‘dog whistles’ to speak to white supremacy without letting you know

✓ How Nike has appropriated Marcus Garvey’s name and the RBG banner to sell ‘Black History’ shoes

✓ Why I believe social media controversy is fake outrage

….and why the future of ‘Black Consciousness’ is ‘Collective Consciousness!”

Resources Mentioned In This Episode


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