Mentoring African American Men During Their Postsecondary and Graduate School Experiences: Implications for the Counseling Profession
Abbreviated Journal Title
J. Couns. Dev.
African American men; mentorship; education; counseling; rites of; passage; SUBSTANCE USE; STUDENTS; COLLEGE; YOUTH; OUTCOMES; PASSAGE; PROGRAM; SUCCESS; FUTURE; HEALTH; Psychology, Applied
African American men seek mental health services at significantly lower levels than do their White counterparts. The authors explore the role of mentoring for young African American men and discuss impediments to their success at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Additionally, examples are presented of evidence-based interventions and recommendations for effectively working with African American men.
Journal of Counseling and Development
"Mentoring African American Men During Their Postsecondary and Graduate School Experiences: Implications for the Counseling Profession" (2013). Faculty Bibliography 2010s. 3754.