A virtual, global mental health book club! In a time where distancing from one another is encouraged, IMHA believes in the value and importance of rebuilding missed connections. Chapters & Connections is a safe space where members can express themselves, build relationships, and destress in the spirit of self-care. Sit back, relax, and join us for some fun and meaningful discussions on a multitude of topics that shape our identity and purpose.
In 2022, we read Boys Don’t Cry, a memoir written by Tim Grayburn and I’m Telling the Truth, but I’m Lying by Bassey Ikpi.
Please note, Chapters & Connections is intended as a space for social connection and learning, not as therapy. If you are interested in accessing mental health services and are unable to, feel free to reach out to our team and we will do our best to connect you.
Daniel Mango is a social worker and educator based in the San Francisco Bay Area. His professional foci include racial justice, mental health and developing inclusive education systems. Daniel loves basketball, reading and fighting oppression.
As a clinician and educator, Daniel values peer-to-peer connections highly. He approaches facilitation with a collaborative spirit, bringing humor and curiosity to every space he is part of. Looking forward at 2022, Daniel is excited about building a space to connect over mental health and related themes through the Chapters & Connections Program.