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Mental Health Episodes

Our BIPOC Mental Health series is here to help you deal with topics affecting black men, women, and children of color every day. Whether you want to learn more about your mental health or help someone close to you cope with their daily stresses, we have something for you.
Sept. 9, 2022

What My Eyes Have Seen - Reflections on Justice, Identity, & Reparati…

“Whether you grew up in a predominately Black space, or a predominately white space, you're probably going to have a racialized m…

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Sept. 2, 2022

What My Eyes Have Seen - Reflections on Taboos, Secrecy & Silence

“What was really fascinating for me in the course of writing about some of my own trauma was that my parents never really talked …

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July 26, 2022

Child Mental Health & School Related Stress

“The first thing we need to do as parents is step back and listen to our kids about what they need, but also take ourselves out o…

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July 20, 2022

Family Conflict & Generational Trauma

“Family trauma really just extends from trauma that one person experiences and If it's not resolved, it just keeps going,” shares…

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April 8, 2022

The Strong “Silent” Black Woman – Myth? Superpower? Burden? with Dr. …

“This tension that we’re talking about has direct implications for Black women’s mental and physical health that bleed into the r…

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March 18, 2022

ADHD and The Challenges for Black Kids with Dr. Brandi Bolling

“Research suggests that over average, white teachers tend to label black students as lazy more often than their white peers. In t…

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March 14, 2022

The State of Justice in 2022 with Anissa Patton, Esq., Jacqueline Lop…

“Justice is a system that is supposed to protect all people, but historically has not served all citizens very well,” says host D…

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Dec. 10, 2021

“Breaking The Curse”: Perseverance Through Severe Dysfunction as a Bl…

“Seventy percent of people experience trauma at some point in their lives,” says Reggie D. Ford. Like many others in his East Nas…

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Nov. 26, 2021

Consequences of Love & Relationship: The Virtual Love Experience feat…

Dr. Cherlisa Jackson has served clients in psychiatric care for over 13 years and has spent the last six specializing in psychose…

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Oct. 22, 2021

The Road Less Traveled: One Man‘s Literary Journey to Allyship featur…

Growing up as a gay man in a conservative community, Vic Sorrell knew firsthand what it felt like to be ostracized for being true…

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Aug. 26, 2021

Self-Love, Self-Care and Mental Wellness During a Time of Toxic Polit…

“Toxic politics, social unrest and the pandemic have affected us all, but mental health care is available and effective,” says ho…

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