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What Is The Miles Hall Subsidized Therapy Program? 

The Miles Hall Subsidized Therapy Program facilitates and reimburses group mental health therapy services for BIPOC individuals impacted by police violence and/or racial and mental health trauma. Because access to these kind of mental health resources is important, there is no cost to the participants.

Through this program, being piloted in 2024, The Miles Hall Foundation will facilitate two virtual 12 week cohorts in 2024 for a limited number of participants; one in May and the other in the late fall. This interest form application is for a May 2024 cohort. If you the program fills up, you may be asked if you wish to be on the waiting list for the fall program.

The Miles Hall Therapy program will be run by an experienced mental health professional who will provide culturally responsive, trauma-informed mental health services in a group therapy setting: the services are focused on therapeutic intervention and developing healthy emotional and behavioral responses and skills around grief, trauma, racism, and stress.
 

MAY 2024 PILOT PROGRAM SPECIFICS - more details on the Application form below. 

  • GROUP THERAPY - MAXIMUM OF 12 PARTICIPANTS PER GROUP

  • FOR ADULTS: 18+ 

  • PARTICIPANTS NEED TO BE BIPOC RESIDENTS OF CALIFORNIA

  • THERAPIST IS LICENSED TO PRACTICE IN CALIFORNIA - see below

  • 90 MINUTE GROUP SESSIONS WEEKLY ONLINE  TUESDAY EVENINGS

  • PROGRAM BEGINS: TUESDAY MAY 28th at 5:30 PM

Meet Dr. Madlock

Lauren Madlock, PsyD, HSP, PMH-C

(She/They/Dr)

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

CA: PSY30924, TN: 3840

Dr. Madlock is a licensed clinical psychologist and maintains a private practice specializing in working with adults. Dr. Madlock's experience included working with racial identity/race-based
trauma and mindfulness.

Dr. Madlock completed her graduate training at The George Washington University. She has worked in various mental health settings, from community based care to large medical settings such as Kaiser Permanente and the VA Health Care System with individuals from diverse clinical and cultural communities. Prior to entering the field of clinical psychology, Dr. Madlock worked in K-12 educator sector as a special education teacher, training specialist, and program director.

Interested in Partnering With Us? 

Get in touch so we can start working together to end the criminalization and stigma too often associated with mental illness. 

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