Episode 44 - Dr. Lani Jones: Rebuilding Strength Among Black Women: An Evidence-Based, Culturally Congruent Group Intervention

Monday, April 19, 2010, 10:12:12 AM

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In this episode, Dr. Lani V. Jones discusses her research in the area of evidence-based practice with a focus on psychosocial competence, group work, and positive mental health outcomes with Black women accessing services in mental health settings.

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Average Rating: 3stars  my review of dr. lani v. jones, Tuesday, January 17, 2012

By Nichole D. Fuller :

In this podcast Dr. Lani V. Jones discusses research she has doing on black women who are either substance abusers, struggling with depression or both. Dr. Jones began her research about 15 years ago, in Boston, when she realized there was a need for specialzed treatment for this particular group of clients. She sought to enhance psycho-social confidence and instill a belief in these women that they could create postive, long-term changes in her life. I would've liked the host of this podcast to have asked more questions of DR. Jones, but overall I found it to be quite informative and it brought to mind a topic I hadn't given much thought to before.

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