Mental Health and Wellness
Webinar: A Conversation on COVID, the Black Community, and Care
Director of NBA’s Mental Health and Wellness Initiative Joselyn Spence sat down with therapist Rev. Lee B. Ivey III to discuss the current COVID-19 pandemic, mental health in the Black community, trauma, and how to care for yourself in the midst of crisis. Listen to their conversation below.
To watch the July 14, 2021 webinar mentioned in this video, visit here.
About Rev. Lee Ivy III
Rev. Lee B. Ivey III, a native of Indianapolis, Indiana, and ordained by the Disciples of Christ (Christian Church) denomination through Light of the World Christian Church, measures the meaning of his life by his ability to listen to the Creations of God. Cultured by various terrain, Lee acknowledges God in the rising of the sun, the properties of stones, the concern in a person’s face, and the transference of energy that flows between us. Rev. Ivey is a graduate of Central State University – Wilberforce, OH with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration, Finance, & Management, and a dual-degree graduate from Christian Theological Seminary – Indianapolis, IN with a Master of Divinity degree and Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. He is an active member of the American Counseling Association, Association for Spiritual, Ethical, and Religious Values, and the Association for Multicultural Counseling and Development.