Derrick Jackson, Toxic Christianity and how women can free themselves from the oppressive nature of other’s interpretation of your spiritual walk and your emotional wellbeing; Featuring Christian Counselor Dr Juanita Warrren of Chaplaincy Servi
Covid shock.. on this episode of the black therapist podcast we discuss what life will look like after the pandemic. The battle between faith and fear. And Yes I got my covid shot. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Cultural competence goes both ways. And there are new realizations every day to see just how important culture can be and even a divisive force. In politics, therapy and the workplace. When you can’t trust that someone of another culture shares
In part two of our episode with Dr Holly Sawyer, PHD we talk about the on going struggles between therapist and insurance companies and why it is so hard to find a clinician to take your insurance.. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-ou
It is always fun when Dr Holly Sawyer PHD shows up and this time is no different. On this episode of Black Therapist Podcast we talk about transitioning from Private to Group Practice. The challenges of being a Black Woman Therapist BOSS.. and
Is the future of social work robots? On this episode I answer views questions. Discuss how to be present for your clients when they need direct services and what to do if a client needs therapy but money is the main mental health struggle… See
This holiday season presents an immense challenge for a lot of us and the number one problem I face both in my life and I see clients struggle with in my practice is building enforceable boundaries. In this episode we talk about enforcing bound
The intersection of mental health, white supremacy, politics and marginalized members of society.. is deeply rooted in the mistrust of people of color and the mental health system like to hear about it here we go... See acast.com/privacy for p
Making it through 2020 has just got to be enough without placing pressure on ourselves to succeed, go harder, perform at the highest levels and hustle hustle hustle. This year can be a chance to reset, revive, and rely on the things you have no
On Our Season 5 Premiere we interview film maker Victorious De Costa about his @HBO documentary “Storm Over Brooklyn” and “Digging for Weldon Irvine.” And the invisible thread of fatherlessness, mental health and trauma, in his work. New Monda
Being black in America is so multi-layered. There are so many fires when it comes to tithing white supremacy especially with everything going on in the world recently… where do you look first there is a lot to unpack. Even with all the racial t
Police violence, rioting, looting, and pandemic. Let’s unpack it and all and how to create spaces for self care and social justice in clinical spaces when all hell is breaking loose. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This week we are gonna try something new, help me help you. We want some feedback from you to find better ways to support you and your social work journey. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Hospital social workers are essential workers, and its time we get respected as such. We are on the front lines filling the gaps in services, Social workers in general help build this country up brick by brick with love, empathy and concrete se
With most of the us social distancing and quarantining because of covid-19 we all have had to do a lot of things a lot differently. As a therapist and small business owner I know a lot of us have been struggling to stay a float. So I share a fe
In this episode of black therapist podcast we answer career questions about perusing your goals as a clinician. We also discuss why it’s important that we create curated spaces For Clinicians of Color and why it’s important that we have safe sp
Using Art to Express Emotions with Art therapist Jenni Graham. We also discuss ways to give your family the necessary emotional language to be able to express themselves. The intimacy of Telehealth and why boundaries are important. Being black
In this episode we discuss answer a few listeners questions- like how to shake your need for approval, and what to do when you are waiting to get into grad school..Also in the episode we discuss the surgeon general’s directives to black people
The new New York Lockdown in the day of corona virus and the pandemic, is causing all kinds of disruptions in our everyday life and some very new normals. For a lot of us we are dealing with new situations we have never had to deal with in the
We are back with a new episode a cautionary tale about “insta therapy” picking your mental health professionals from a social media profile (me included). And Why it’s important to vet your mental heath professionals. Staying safe during the qu
In this day and age it is imperative that we get our therapy services no matter what is going on in the world. On this episode of @blacktherapistpodcast we talk about the need for stable telemental health platforms like @trucircle to help us ge
On the latest episode of the Black Therapist Podcast we discuss the Need for cultural competence at the internship level and why it is necessary for schools to address issues of bias and culture BEFORE, allowing clinical students to enter into
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