According to National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), July is National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month. The US House of Representatives proclaimed July as this special month in 2008, aiming to improve access to mental health treatment and services through increased public awareness. Organizations of all types and sizes are encouraged to use this wonderful opportunity to create mental health awareness in diverse communities.
Birmingham Maple Clinic employs over 39 expert therapists from a variety of professional and cultural backgrounds. Social workers, psychologists, psychiatrists and marriage and family therapists are available to speak on the range of mental health issues effecting all populations such as Anxiety, Depression, Substance Abuse and Trauma. Specialized therapists are also available to help people adjust with psychological issues unique to some minority groups such as immigration and cultural adjustment. Multi-lingual therapy is available in German, Portuguese, Spanish, and Russian.
If you would like to schedule an appointment with a sensitive and professional therapist at Birmingham Maple Clinic you may do so by visiting www.birminghammaple.com or calling (248) 646-6659.