Training & Education 

BEAM offers trainings for educators, students, advocates, activists, and organizations that center social justice informed mental health. 

Pictured: Executive Director Yolo Akili Robinson with California State University Dominguez Hills students, after facilitating the "Mental Health & Masculinity" seminar. 

Pictured: Executive Director Yolo Akili Robinson with California State University Dominguez Hills students, after facilitating the "Mental Health & Masculinity" seminar. 

Mental Health & Masculinity Seminar/Training: This interactive seminar focuses more broadly on themes of masculinity and mental health. It engages participants in reflective exercises, dialogue and skills building sessions that draw the link between mental health and masculinity, while giving participants tools to address it in themselves and in their communities. 


The BEAM Baseline

 The BEAM Baseline is a two day, social justice informed mental health first aid training for those working in Black communities.  Click below to learn more. 

Black Masculinity & Mental Health: A Skills Building Seminar 

This interactive seminar is designed specifically for Black participants. It engages participants in dynamic reflective exercises, dialogue and skills building sessions that draw the link between mental health and the toxic elements of Black masculinity, while giving participants the tools to challenge it in themselves and in their communities. 


Executive Director Yolo Akili pictured with particiapnts of UCLA's Trauma & Substance Abuse  training program, where Robinson facilitated "Emotionally Intelligent Leadership & Social Justice" as apart of the three day training. 

Executive Director Yolo Akili pictured with particiapnts of UCLA's Trauma & Substance Abuse  training program, where Robinson facilitated "Emotionally Intelligent Leadership & Social Justice" as apart of the three day training. 


Emotionally Intelligent Leadership & Social Justice 

The BEAM Emotionally Intelligent Leadership Training gives participants the tools to apply practices and processes into their organizational and movement leadership styles that help to cultivate wellness, equity and emotional justice. Click below to contact us and learn more. 


 

 

 

 

 

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