Articles & Publications
Journal of BLACK PSYCHOLOGY
Dr Erica McInnis
& Rameri Moukam
Black Psychology for Britain Today?
To our knowledge, Black/African psychology is not widespread among doctoral courses in clinical psychology in Britain.
Department of African American and African Studies, The Ohio State University
Linda James Myers, Ph.D. & Suzette L. Speight, Ph.D.
Reframing Mental Health and Psychological Well-Being Among Persons of African Descent
This paper will focus on innovations in psychological knowledge production over the past fifty years beyond a mono-culturally hegemonic psychology to one congruent with the social and cultural realities of persons of African descent.
The Journal of Counselor Preparation and Supervision
Anabda N Evabs et al.
Responding to Race Related Trauma
Counseling and Research recommendations to Promote PostTraumatic Growth when Counseling African American Males
journal of black psychology
Frederick B. Phillips
NTU Psychotherapy: An Afrocentric Approach
NTU psychotherapy is based on the core principles of ancient African and Afrocentric world view, nurtured through African American culture, and augmented by concepts and techniques of Western psychology. NTU psychotherapy is spiritually based and aims to assist people and systems to become authentic and balanced within a shared energy and essence that is in alignment with natural order.
introduction to black studies
Psychology is essentially the science that systematically studies behavior in its relationship to the complexity of mental, emotional, physical and environmental factors which shape it.