Seanita Scott speaks for Integration Symposium at Fuller Seminary in Pasadena
Posted: February 26, 2020
This past weekend, Seanita Scott spoke as part of the 2020 Fuller School of Psychology Integration Symposium in Pasadena. The symposium featured Dr. Thema Bryant-Davis, Associate Professor of Psychology at Pepperdine University’s Graduate School of Education and Psychology, and the theme of this year’s Symposium was “Holistic Healing and Wellness: Mind, Body and Spirit.”
Seanita’s portion of the program begins at about 90 minutes into the video link shown below, and is titled, “The Black Superwoman & Rest as Resistance,” highlighting the historical, systemic, societal, and psychological factors influencing the mental and spiritual health of black women. Her presentation was informed by her research on African American women, spirituality, mental health and wellness, and her expertise in coaching Black Christian millennial women to work through self-sabotaging patterns and maximize health.