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Now Available via Paperback!

CARE for the MENTAL and
SPIRITUAL HEALTH
of
BLACK MEN

Hope to Keep Going

Black men need hope to survive and, ultimately, flourish. As mental health is a critical but often neglected issue, especially among Black men, Care for the Mental and Spiritual Health of Black Men examines that sensitive topic in conjunction with reflections on race, gender, sexuality, and class to offer a hopeful and constructive framework for care and counseling, particularly for Black men. These are not separate from spiritual health and growth, as well, but both are integral to holistic, dynamic wellbeing. In this, the author provides a careful and critical analysis of spiritual hope and healing as ingredient to individual and communal flourishing. As such, this volume will be a vital resource for health practitioners, spiritual caregivers, and providers in community care who serve to bolster the mental wellbeing of Black men.

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A native of Atlanta, GA, Nicholas Grier’s writing, speaking, counseling, and community leadership privileges the experiences of the most vulnerable and marginalized people in societyHe is Associate Professor of Practical Theology, Spiritual Care, & Counseling at Claremont School of Theology and a counselor at the Bishop Wellness Center at Willamette University.

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