SAN ANTONIO – Mental health issues are mounting in the wake of COVID-19, making it a priority discussion nationwide.
However, some racial groups are historically hesitant to seek help.
Local psychologist Dr. Eboney Jackson said the stigma of mental illness and seeking counseling is prevalent in the black community.
She said although it’s slowly getting better, the barriers are rooted in historical, structural racism.
For Jackson, breaking the stigma of mental healthcare in the black…