Community Health Center of Buffalo, Inc. to Host Dr. Siri Sat Nam World-Renowned Mental Health Practitioner

The Community Health Center of Buffalo, Inc. (CHCB) is pleased to announce it will host world-renowned, Los Angeles-based mental health practitioner Dr. Siri Sat Nam for a series of community meetings and workshops. Dr.Siri is also a Licensed Marriage Family Therapist (LMFT). 

He will also present a seminar entitled “Black Men, Who Are We?”

Presently, Dr. Siri is featured in the newly aired television show, “The Therapist,” on Viceland Network.  In his role, he conducts on-screen therapy sessions with celebrity musicians such as Katy Perry, Waka Flocka, Young M.A., Grammy Award winner Corey Taylor and many more. He is also the author of “The Pocket Guru: Guidance and Mantras for Spiritual Awakening and Emotional Wisdom.” 

Beginning Tuesday, September 7, 2021,  Dr. Siri will conduct small group meetings with community leaders and state and local government members at the CHCB Buffalo site, located at 34 Benwood Avenue. The following public events will also be held: 

Thursday, September 9, 2021 –  6 p.m., –  “Black Men, Who Are We?” at CHCB, Inc., 34 Benwood Ave., Buffalo, NY 14214 (For more information, contact pciotta@chcb.net)

Saturday, September 11, 2021 – 7 p.m., – Book Signing: “The Pocket Guru: Guidance and Mantras for Spiritual Awakening and Emotional Wisdom” at Fitz Books and Waffles, 433 Ellicott St., Buffalo, NY 14203 (For more information, contact diaabmanagement@gmail.com )

“As a people, we continue to confront and cope with structural and systemic racism that has been brought to the forefront by the pandemic, as a major public health issue that continues to manifest in widespread fear and distrust,”stated Community Health Center of Buffalo CEO  Dr. Lavonne Ansari. “The ongoing COVID pandemic continues to cause great injury to the physical and mental health of people of color of all ages. Dr. Siri is a compassionate, trusted voice that will bring much-needed guidance, and hope, to our ongoing healing efforts.  He will help us better understand how to heal our communities.”