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Chief, Bell, and Prentice unpack past and present issues that affect the mental health and well-being of Black men. These brothers engage in honest, vulnerable dialogue surrounding the complexities of life as Black men. They are committed to helping Black men self-assess and grow more comfortable in having difficult conversations while encouraging them to strive daily to become the best version of themselves.
This podcast is a warm embrace, soothing realness, and conscious girl talk. Black Girl In Om exists to hold and heal black women and women of color around the world on their unique wellness journeys, mending us from the inside out. Come into the conversation with our founder, Lauren Ash, and wellness and Spirit-centered guests across various industries to talk all things self-care and self-love, spiritual awakening, intergenerational healing, and more.
Black Girls Heal helps women break out of cycles of unhealthy relationships with unavailable partners and feeling not enough by combining coaching, therapeutic support, and practical tools. Every episode, we will talk about intimacy, attachment, healing unresolved trauma, and growing in our self-worth.
“Black Love,” by filmmakers Codie Elaine Oliver and Tommy Oliver, displays “the other side of love that exists, that no one is showing”. Focusing on real couples from all walks of life and celebrity couples, the docu-series shares honest, emotional, and sometimes cringe-worthy always-true love stories. The couples talk about how their relationships began, the road to the altar, life after children, and all of the other obstacles they may have faced to make their marriages stronger than ever. For the first time, the long-form interviews from each couple are being presented with new insights from Codie Elaine Oliver to provide a new experience for those familiar or new to the series.
The Black Mental Health podcast is dedicated to understanding and unraveling the mental issues in the African American community. It showcases real-life stories to bridge the gap between people who feel alone in their struggles. With the stigma of therapy being a "white people thing' coupled with the cost of therapy, Black people are left to deal with mental health issues on their own The Black Mental Health Podcast is here not as a replacement to therapy but as an alternative. therapy is necessary, but sometimes hearing someone else's story is therapeutic enough. Its topics range from stress, suicide, anxiety, depression, and a host of other topics. The podcast is spearheaded by Reginald A. Howard who has had and is still having his own battle with mental health. From cutting himself to almost jumping over a bridge he knows firsthand the mental suffering that Black people go through internally. he uses the podcast to deal with his own issues by helping, healing, and hearing others.
The Black Mental Matters Podcast with Vince "The Voice" Bailey and Makeba Reed-Johnson seeks to strip away the stigma of discussing Black mental health. Black Mental Matters features a series of in-depth interviews and discussions around mental health in the Black community. Follow Vince and share The Black Mental Matters Podcast with your friends and family. Join our group therapy!
We are Mikey and Randie Chapman, and your hosts of the Black Millennial Marriage Podcast. This podcast was created as a way to stay connected to one another. It was also formed so that we could have representation, meet other couples, and provide a space to talk about our 10+ years of relationship experience, including our years of marriage, and all we’re learning, unlearning and loving about marriage.
Discussing life‘s bullsh*t; BWH aims to redefine what healing looks like for black women, by sharing unique perspectives and experiences, uncensored and uncut. Your hosts are Cheyenne, Sheena, Seleta, Ashley, and Monique-a group of Black women who grew up in the same hometown. The no-holds-barred friends you need to feel less alone. Write to the ladies for ”Healer of the Week” and share what you‘re healing from or have healed. It will be read on the show so that we can celebrate with you! You can also send a letter for ”BWH Two-Cents” to get the ladies‘ two-cents and advice about the tea in your life. You‘ll always stay anonymous.
The Bodyful Black Girl™ Podcast is a bi-weekly conversation with Jennifer Sterling, a Registered Dance/Movement Psychotherapist and Holistic Nutritionist in New York City. She discusses all things body, movement, and mental health in an effort to support Black women living with depression to feel more vital, well, and whole. If you would like to join The Bodyful Healing Community, feel free to follow us on Facebook and Twitter.
Join Bre, aka The Self-Care Pusher from Southern California, as she shares life experiences, weighs in on current events, amps up her wellness/health habits, and finds clean(ish) products to try all for the sake of taking her physical, spiritual and emotional well-being to the next level and (hopefully) inspiring other women of color to do so as well. It's time to become obsessed with our self-care!
CelesteTheTherapist is a weekly conversation with Celeste Viciere a licensed mental health clinician and a guest who is doing things to empower the lives of others. The goal is to help you shift the way you think. Many times, we get stuck in a negative cycle and struggle with getting out. Celeste wants to help people have hope and not give up on themselves and their future. Twice a month, Celeste and executive coach Jeff Grey answer your questions about relationships.
What's CODE SWITCH? It's the fearless conversations about race that you've been waiting for. Hosted by journalists of color, our podcast tackles the subject of race with empathy and humor. We explore how race affects every part of society — from politics and pop culture to history, food, and everything in between. This podcast makes all of us part of the conversation — because we're all part of the story. Code Switch was named Apple Podcasts' first-ever Show of the Year in 2020. Want to level up your Code Switch game? Try Code Switch Plus. Your subscription supports the show and unlocks a sponsor-free feed. Learn more at plus.npr.org/codeswitch
Dear Black Boy is a podcast tailored to discuss mental health amongst Black men and to open dialogue about the mental health challenges we face as well as offer up interventions that we can all incorporate within our day-to-day routines. Dear Black Boy is not a substitute for a licensed mental health clinician.
The Evolving Chair Podcast is hosted by Millennial Lakiesha Russell, Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) also known as America's Mental Wellness Ambassador (TM). She is passionate about breaking down the fear and shame in the Black and Brown community on all things mental wellness. Lakiesha will chat with others who will share their expertise, personal stories, and more to help us all EVOLVE into our best selves by encouraging physical, spiritual, and mental wellness. As you take a seat ask yourself, "Are you ready to leave the chair better than you came?". So tune in and listen as information and stories are shared to keep us EVOLVING!!
Fireflies Unite Podcast With Kea was a weekly podcast from 2018 to 2021 created by suicide survivor T-Kea Blackman. While the podcast has ended, T-Kea leaves the episodes live with hopes that it will continue to erase the mental health stigma and provide resources. The mission of the podcast is to bring light into darkness (just like the fireflies) and encourage Black people to seek treatment. We want to show that mental illness does not have "a look"; it includes everyday high-functioning people. The podcast is also designed for people to see how everyday decisions impact their mental health and overall wellness such as finances, relationships, and nutrition.
Discover In It, a podcast that explores the joys and frustrations of supporting kids who learn and think differently. Join hosts Amanda Morin and Gretchen Vierstra as they talk with parents, caregivers, teachers, and sometimes kids. They offer perspective, advice, and stories for and from people who have challenges with reading, math, focus, and other learning differences.
Mind Your Mental is a podcast that seeks to educate, empower, and uplift those seeking guidance through the monumental world of mental health and wellbeing. Join Dr. Raquel Martin as she discusses how she manages her mental health as well as the mental health and well-being of others as a Licensed Clinical Psychologist.
Naming It features Bay Area Psychologists, Dr. Bedford Palmer & Dr. LaMisha Hill, who explore the intersections of Social Justice, Psychology, & Blackness. They introduce aspects of counseling psychology that are not commonly thought of, and engage listeners in a conversation about pop culture and current events in a way that delves deeper, and focuses on how it all impacts our lives. The Mission of Naming It is to call out the elephant in the room and to call in the voices of social justice that are normally muted.
OurselvesBlack doesn’t stop here! Join us for our weekly podcast that delves into Black mental health. Listen as Senior Editor Dr. Sarah Y. Vinson, interviews mental health experts on a variety of topics and also provides a glimpse into the mental health journeys of others. Be sure to check out brief profiles about each week’s guest and links to bonus content.
Hakeem Anderson-Lesolang's take on relationships, mindfulness, wellness, healthy partnerships, wealth creation in a family setting, and parenting as a Black father.
Sincerely Black Love is my ode to what carries me through life in the most beautiful way I've ever known.
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The SonRise Project is dedicated to helping sons and daughters lead mentally healthy lives while providing a safe space to share and support families dealing with mental illness and addiction issues across the country. These calls are meant to be a safe space to gather, share, and learn from experts and other parents who are experiencing mental challenges and addictive behaviors with their sons and daughters. During these calls, listeners are welcome to ask questions, share thoughts or simply listen as our experts cover various topics surrounding the mental wellness of our sons, daughters, and our families as a whole.
Talking of the Couch podcast is a weekly podcast that focuses on mental health and mental wellness within communities of color. These conversations will be with Tatiana Smith, a Licensed Professional Counselor in Dallas, Texas. It's time to shed light and break stigmas within the Black culture about mental health/illness and mental wellness as well as in other communities of color. This podcast is a voice for the mental health community as well as the average person who may be struggling with anxiety, stress, depression, and is unsure of what to do or where to go for help while understanding it's OK not to be OK all the time.
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