Webinar: Addressing the Mental Health Needs of Latinx Teens

Wednesday, July 10 @ 12pm ET

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Dr. Fairlee Fabrett Shares Ways To Overcome Stigma in Latinx Mental Health Care

The Latinx community in the United States is very diverse and includes people from many different nations and cultures of origin. Despite the uniqueness of so many of the community’s members, many experience similar challenges when trying to handle—and address—mental health.

According to NAMI, more than half of Latinx young adults between 18 and 25 with serious mental illness may not receive treatment, which puts the community in a complex crisis. Culture, language, and stigma can all contribute to why teens aren’t getting the help they need. So how can we help those who need mental health care?

In this previously recorded session, Fairlee C. Fabrett, PhD, discusses the unique factors as to why Latinx teens may not seek mental health help, offers ways to help combat the stigma around mental health in the Latinx community, and answers audience questions about how we can help members of the community be seen, heard, and understood.

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Harvard Medical School
Joseph B. Martin Conference Center
77 Avenue Louis Pasteur
Boston, MA 02115


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Fairlee C. Fabrett, PhD

Fairlee C. Fabrett, PhD, is the director of training and staff development for McLean’s child and adolescent division. She is also the director of McLean’s post-baccalaureate clinical fellowship, through which she provides supervision and mentorship to recent undergraduates. Dr. Fabrett has extensive experience in evidence-based assessment and treatment for depression, anxiety, and behavioral disorders (including ADHD) in children and adolescents.

A native of Mexico, Dr. Fabrett also has experience in providing culturally sensitive and effective treatments for individuals and families of minority groups, including family conflict and the way cognitive and family processes operate differently among minority populations.

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