Intersectionality and Mental Health: Exploring how factors like race, gender, sexuality, and socio-economic status intersect with mental health, and addressing the unique challenges faced by different communities.


When we think of mental health, it is often defined and perceived through the lens in which we live our lives. How we view it, access it, and relate to it is linked in part to our identity. A cis-white middle class woman may have more access and a positive…

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