Episode 310: Changing the Model, with Marika Reese

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Episode 310: Changing the Model, with Marika Reese
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Show Notes

In this episode Sherry interviews Marika Reese who formed the “Community Healing Team” in Minnesota. The healing team is comprised of members of the African American community, including barbers, political activists, politicians and faith leaders focused on the mental health of their local community. Marika talks about the unique set of challenges she faces pursuing a non-conventional approach to mental health outreach.

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