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Minority Mental Health with Geraldine Burton

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Taboo Talk, a Christian talk show featuring Lady Charmaine Day (Pastor, Publisher, Author and Radio Host Taboo Talk helps individuals transform their mind, body, and spirit utilizing the principles of Jesus Christ!  Guest starrring Geraldine Burton. Geraldine Burton is a single parent of two children, both of whom have a mental health diagnosis.  She began her work as a Parent Advocate for the Mental Health Association of NYC; at the Bronx Parent Resource Center where she was employed twelve and half years. Geraldine is currently at the McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy and Research-NYU Silver School of Social Work and has worked collaboratively with the Clinical Education and Innovation and Technical Assistance Center. She is a member of the comprehensive children’s technical assistance leadership team and participates in a number of weekly planning and coordination meetings. She also participates in the advisory committee for Families Together.  As a veteran mental health advocate, a pioneer of the mental health family support movement in NYS she’s a member of Families on The Move of NYC, McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy and Research-NYU Silver School of Social Work Community Collaborative Board and serves as board President for Families Together in NYS, as well as; co-Facilitator and NYS Trainer for the NAMI NYC Metro Family-to-Family and HomeFront; as well as co-Facilitator for NAMI Basics Education Programs.  She has made many presentations and trainings and has been active in New York State as a Senior Family Advisor on numerous policy panels.  Throughout the years that Geraldine has worked in these positions, she has dedicated her time to supporting families and children.  She is committed to the principles of collaboration, partnership, and cooperation with service agencies and with the research community. Geraldine Burton can be reachd at 212-992-6224.