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New York Times Features Augsburg Instructor Jamil Stamschror-Lott

Jamil Stamschror-Lott '16 MSW leading a community healing session. | The New York Times
Jamil Stamschror-Lott ’16 MSW leading a community healing session. | The New York Times

In the aftermath of the murder of George Floyd, mental health experts have seen a rise in Black people seeking therapy. Jamil Stamschror-Lott ’16 MSW and his wife are the founders of Creative Kuponya, a mental health practice in Minneapolis. They have seen many overwhelmed and exhausted residents.

“We’ve seen everything that the nation has seen from afar, from folks in civil unrest and devastation, despair,” Augsburg Instructor Stamschror-Lott told The New York Times.

Read the full article at The New York Times website.

 

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