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Denise Murrell calls attention to the forgotten black muses of contemporary art
Ad Council's 65th Annual Public Service Award Dinner - Cocktails
A mental health practitioner must refrain from partaking in any mental health work if personal problems interfere with his or her ability to provide services in a competent manner. The purpose of this qualitative study was to explore how mental health practitioners manage personal problems to stay ethically compliant. Previous research has indicated that a significant amount of literature has revealed the causes and damaging effects of burnout among mental health workers. However, there remains an important gap in the current literature that links burnout directly with competently providing quality care. Ethical compliance, self-care, and mental health practitioners' perceptions were explored to answer research questions that were centered around the lived experiences of mental health workers. Guided by these research questions, semi-structured in-depth qualitative interviews were conducted with 8 current mental health practitioners who practice in a southern U.
Read time. Text by Jess Cole. The art curator's new exhibition at the Musee D'orsay in Paris places black figures at the center of contemporary art. It is an exclusive club of historians and curators who spill the tea on the meanings of art; the histories vital enough to be explored. Their discussions then dish out what we as the general public often pay to see at its museums. Spaces where we observe works as important explainers of history; artistic finger foods that nourish our moral thinking.