Achea Redd is an activist, author, and speaker. But most importantly, she puts an authentic face on anxiety and depression, Achea is the founder of Real Girls F.A.R.T., and the spokesperson for Nationwide Children's Hospital's mental health campaign On Our Sleeves, which aims to break the silence regarding children's mental health.
Dr. Karinn Glover explains the difference between therapists, psychotherapists and psychiatrists. She also explains why medication is sometimes beneficial for mental illness and discusses alternative means of maintaining physical and mental well-being.
Dr. Angela Grayson. LPC, BC-DMT discusses dance/movement psychotherapy and explains how it can be used for stress management and reduction to avoid burnout. Her book: The "Meditation Moments Journal" can be found here: http://amzn.to/2FIzDfD
Jennifer Sterling, creator of The Black Girl Healing Project, shares the truth about black women and eating disorders - anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder, and orthorexia - and gives a comprehensive explanation of the signs and symptoms of each.
A conversation about anxiety, resilience and coping with Amina Shaw-Moss LCAT-LP, MPS, an Art Therapist based in New York City. In this episode, we talk about Amina's journey with anxiety, how she negotiates being a strong black woman, and how she helps her clients cultivate resilience using art therapy.
A conversation about mental health and motherhood with Graeme Seabrook, a Motherhood life coach who believes that in order for moms to thrive we have to make ourselves a priority. In this episode, we talk about Graeme’s struggles with postpartum depression, how she incorporates self-care in to her daily life, and how she supports moms of color to help them go from surviving to thriving.