This virtual conference is sponsored by the Georgia Tech Counseling Center and the Office of Diversity Programs that focuses on the mental health and well-being of underserved and underrepresented students.
The goal of this inaugural virtual day-long conference is to foster a community on campus to discuss, understand, and clarify how the mental health and well-being needs of Georgia Tech’s BIPOC, including AAPI, and underserved students are impacted by the various isms that create social injustices, inequities, and limited access to resources. The intention is to inform the development of personal, community, and systemic wellness practices and access to resources. We will also provide an opportunity for mental health and well-being staff members to be trained on multicultural competency skill development.
Additional information and panelist biographies available at: https://counseling.gatech.edu/content/your-mental-health-matters-community-dialogue-diversity-inclusion-well-being-and-access-care