Denese Shervington

Professor and Chair of the Psychiatry department at Charles Drew University Medical School in LA

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Southern Californians are struggling with anxiety and depression as they process the aftermath of recent mass shootings and racist attacks in Texas and New York.

Mass shootings, racist attacks: How to process trauma and anxiety?

Southern Californians are struggling with anxiety and depression as they process the aftermath of recent mass shootings and racist attacks in Texas and New York.

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