UH Psychology Professor: African Americans more susceptible to mental issues

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Dr. Rheeda Walker, a University of Houston Psychology Professor, discusses why African Americans are more susceptible to mental issues and where to go for help. (KTRK)

African Americans are 20 percent more likely to experience serious mental health problems than the general population. Major depression, ADHD, suicide and post-traumatic stress disorder are among the more common mental health disorders black people face. Dr. Rheeda Walker, a University of Houston Psychology Professor, discusses why African Americans are more susceptible to mental issues and where to go for help.

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