African American Training and Technical Assistance Program (AATA)

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September 24, 2021


Structural Competence in the Clinical Setting: An Upstream Approach to delivering Mental Health Services to African Americans
Josie Camphia-Bacote,PhD, email: meddir@aol.com
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Addressing Structural Competence in the Clinical Setting

June 18, 2021

Mental Health in Minority Communities: Shifting from Talking to Action
Darius Camphina-Bacote,PsyD

August 28, 2020

Recovery process for African Americans Post Covid-19
Delane Casiano, MD and Karriem Salaam,MD

October 23, 2020

Trauma, Stress, Social Justice, PTSD-
Delane Casiano, MD and Karriem Salaam,MD

January 29, 2021

Youth Who Become Violent: Deconstructing the “Why”
Darius Camphina-Bacote, PsyD

February 5, 2021

Providing and Implementing support for at risk African American Families
Delane Casiano, MD and Karriem Salaam,MD

February 26, 2021

Culturally Conscious Approach to Treating the Dually-Diagnosed African American Client
Josie Camphia-Bacote,PhD

March 26, 2021

Domestic/Partner Violence during Covid-19
Delane Casiano, MD and Karriem Salaam,MD

April 23, 2021

Maternal & Infant Death Rate: Healthcare Disparities
Omar Young, MD

May 21, 2021

Suicide: Home Isolation and Depression
Delane Casiano, MD and Karriem Salaam,MD

About Our Program


  • ABout Us
  • 2018-2019 Presentations
  • 2019-2020 presentations

The Pathways to Wellness African American Technical Assistance (AATA) Program has contracted with Alameda County Behavioral Health to provide training and resources to health care providers and the community in order to improve the mental health of African American clients.

Our team of qualified trainers will deliver in-person workshops to psychiatric providers to enhance the accurate diagnosis and appropriate treatment of mental health conditions in the African American community. Learning objectives will include recognizing racial bias and the impact on diagnostic and treatment decisions for African Americans across the age span, identifying the role of culture in symptom presentation, expression, and alternative healing practices, and addressing different medication prescription for African Americans across the age span. 

We aim to share a variety of learning styles and techniques to assist in expanding your knowledge of these subject matters.

About Our Program


  • ABout Us
  • 2018-2019 Presentations
  • 2019-2020 presentations

The Pathways to Wellness African American Technical Assistance (AATA) Program has contracted with Alameda County Behavioral Health to provide training and resources to health care providers and the community in order to improve the mental health of African American clients.

Our team of qualified trainers will deliver in-person workshops to psychiatric providers to enhance the accurate diagnosis and appropriate treatment of mental health conditions in the African American community. Learning objectives will include recognizing racial bias and the impact on diagnostic and treatment decisions for African Americans across the age span, identifying the role of culture in symptom presentation, expression, and alternative healing practices, and addressing different medication prescription for African Americans across the age span. 

We aim to share a variety of learning styles and techniques to assist in expanding your knowledge of these subject matters.