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Making a Positive Impact on Black Mental Health

President's Corner

A warm welcome from our President

Dr. Ingrid Tulloch !


Become a Member​! We need YOU! You can get free CE/CEUs and educational credits. 

Are you a student committed to Black mental health ? Become part of DVABPsi student circle !

In this month Newsletter:


Why pay for an advanced degree when you can go FREE? Learn more about Bond-Hill Scholarship.

Read our new program on the African Diaspora: this month we cover Congo, written by Dr. Ayo Maria Gooden.


Learn more about the Guinea Community of Delaware Valley !

Read the fifth part of Ebonee, a six part story by Dr. Carlton Payne. 

(forth part available here)

Don't forget to share your thoughts !

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The Association of Black Psychologists (ABPsi) sees its mission and destiny as the liberation of the African Mind, empowerment of the African Character, and enlivenment and illumination of the African Spirit.  DVABPsi is a chapter of ABPsi. 

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Learn about the Black Brain Campaign

(Free therapy for PA residents only)

You will find here various resources, including mental health resources, by our members.


Kwanzaa is an African American and Pan African cultural holiday. 


Watch the 2022 Kwanzaa Celebration led by Dr. Ayo Maria Gooden and Dr. Faruq Iman.

Learn more about Kwanzaa.


Our Gatherings for Healing

Watch below our Mbongi on Community Violence and Trauma Prevention.

MBONGI: Community Violence and Trauma Prevention

MBONGI: Community Violence and Trauma Prevention

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