An Interview with Dr. Alfiee-Breland Noble

For our 2018 Minority Mental Health Month campaign, we interviewed Dr. Alfiee Breland-Noble from the Steve Fund about how her identity and experiences shaped the way she talks about mental health.

Alfiee Breland-Noble: "Young, Gifted, and @ Risk" Symposium

YOUNG, GIFTED, and @ RISK: High-Achieving Students of Color and Mental Health

Mental health disparities among minorities and how to reduce them

Dr. Alfiee Breland-Noble is the director of the AAKOMA Project as well as an associate professor of psychiatry at the Georgetown University Medical Center.

National Health Research Forum

Research!America’s National Health Research Forum sparks stimulating conversations among top leaders in government, industry, patient advocacy and academia about relevant issues that could impact the trajectory of public health and medical research.

VOCAL POINT | State of Mind: Improving Mental Health in Youth & Teens

Season 2, Episode #208 | Vocal Point is a series from WHUT, hosted by Anqoinette Crosby, focusing on a wide variety of important issues and concerns relevant to the greater Washington Metro area, by bringing together subject experts, community advocates and personal stories from those directly affected to gain a deeper understanding of the issues as well as identify resources within the immediate community.

The African American Experience, Part I

Episode #2226: The African American Experience, Part I This week Dennis Wholey begins a two-program conversation with two African American psychologists on how the lives of African Americans have been influenced by history and are impacted today in ways that some of the country may not see, realize or appreciate. Guests include Dr. Alfiee Breland-Noble and Dr. Ryan C.T. DeLapp, both members of the American Psychological Association.

TIA&TW - Stress in America (Part II of II)

Episode #2204: Stress in America - Part II of II | In the second part of this two-part program, Dennis Wholey speaks with a variety of psychologists to confront the complex issue of stress in the United States. The conversation explores the ways in which Americans can safely navigate the record levels of stress and anxiety that are involved with living in America in 2018.