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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 your perspective on anything? How can you build trust.. Or is it even necessary? See acast.com/privacy fo…
 
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 why hiring cross cultural presents a unique challenge. And the intimacies of doing Telehealth. This week i…
 
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 boundaries with families while grieving and why being selfish is self preservation especially in the age of cov…
 
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 now and what you are most grateful for. Some of us just need to take the time and space to breathe and be ki…
 
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 Monday New Season New Show we are back!!! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
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 tension we could use White allies but it can be difficult to find our little corner of the world as we try …
 
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 services, yet we are the last ones to advocate for ourselves. On this episode we talk to social worker Roxan…
 
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 few RESOURCES and tips with you that have allowed me the flexibility to shift and pivot in my business. See …
 
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 spaces where we can exclusively support one another. And why it is so necessary to empower people of color t…
 
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 white spaces and how to be your authentic self wherever you are. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and …
 
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 and if we shouldn’t tell our “business” in mixed company. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out i…
 
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 past and we are having to use our imagination. But first we must take the time to respect and feel our fee…
 
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 quarantine and making your mental health AND physical health a priority during the national pandemic. See ac…
 
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 get through these next few weeks and beyond. As a clinician I don’t want my money to stop just because my cl…
 
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 field work. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Is it a midlife crisis or what? Grief, Depression, Adjustment disorder oh my.. Learning to deal with your emotions while navigating life on life’s terms, is a everyday struggle.. For your therapist! A THERAPIST?!?!? Yes Your therapist too… It’s important to honor and make space for your feeling especially when you do the work of helping others heal…
 
Generational curses are easy to spot and hard to break if you know what you’re looking for. In isolation we replicate family patterns without intention based solely on actions we repeatedly do. While there are some things that are predetermined, genetics predispositions a lot of the habits we combat are a result of information, access, resources an…
 
Making space for your own grief when you are the strong one! 7 stages of grief paying it forward and being a blessing where you are to someone this holiday season! Thank you to everyone who contributed to our 6th annual toy drive! Benefiting Food First Inc. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Having cutting edge technology for a soloprenuer is so essential to effectively run your business and not miss a step when you are trying to market. And the truth is you don't know what you don't know. In this episode of the Black Therapist Podcast Lennie Carter of Tru Circle a platform for therapists comes on to discuss with host Nikita Banks the …
 
Want to know how to raise autonomous children on this episode of the Black Therapist podcast we discuss. If you want to raise children who feel as if they have their own voice, can own and make their own choices and be really awesome human beings it first starts with how you empower them in childhood. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out i…
 
on the most recent episode of @blacktherapistpodcast we finish our interview with Dr Holly Sawyer where we discuss Working in PWC’s (aka predominately white companies) in Brown skin. We talk about the effect it has on our mental health when we work in work environments with very little Allies, and no HR support. A therapist can be the key to keepin…
 
On this episode of black therapist podcast we discuss the need for sisterhood amongst women of color in the workplace. ⁣ ⁣ Also on the episode we discuss the “what would you do….” ⁣ ⁣ If you found out your partner was going to cheat on you. ⁣ ⁣ Would you intercept them, follow them, so it doesn’t happen, or confront them when they got home? ⁣ ⁣ I a…
 
On this episode we discuss the reasons why having a “vent buddy” may not be the best way for you to deal with your problems when you are overwhelmed. We also cover whether or not you should get pregnant prior to marriage JUST to make sure the “equipment works;” How you address someone in your life who does not show up for you, in the ways you show …
 
Afrocentric approaches to mental health care. In this episode we counter the narratives that all mental health care is based solely from a Eurocentric perspective. The best approach to care for people of color is to take a “generalist” approach to care that leads the individualized client experience and needs as the basis for your treatment plan. S…
 
In this episode of Black Therapist Podcast season premiere we unveil our new segment "What would you do?" would you rekindle a friendship after a betrayal. We also interview Dontea' MItchell Hunter, LMFT. Working with families as a family and marriage therapist. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
New Monday New Show! On this episode we talk about the death of Rapper Nipsey Hustle and how we all mourn a collective trauma when we lose someone to a televised tragedy. Also on the episode: We discuss the effects vicarious trauma and how to avoid it. Vicarious trauma is caused by repeated exposure to violent events, it is thought to only be exper…
 
On this episode we talk the end of social work month! Shout out to all the Dope social workers! We also talk about the new box office smash, Jordan Peele's US! We break down all the symbolism we uncovered in the movie and processed the many many social take aways! Join us in the discussion. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
On this episode we talk about being honored by the Congressional research for institute for social work policy awarded Black Therapist Podcast Host Nikita Banks, LCSW with the Outstanding social worker in business for her work on Black Therapist Podcast. Also on this episode we broadcast an unpublished interview With Dr Frances Richards where she i…
 
Do you know the five personality types to avoid if you're looking for a love connection? ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ Well we tell you on this week’s episode of @blacktherapistpodcast where our host @msnikibanks talks about the reasons you may not be getting the emotional closeness you seek and it’s because we may be trying to connect someone with these personality trait…
 
Ever felt like you have a fck boy finder? Like you are a bum magnet? Does your significant other remind you or someone? Someone that knew you before you knew you? Yep your parents. Did you know how we were parented has a direct bearing on the types of parents we become and our “attraction style” let’s discuss! New Monday New Show! On this episode o…
 
In This Episode we talk about what is available in our upcoming free course starting February 1, 2019 "Healthy Relationship Building for Boss Chicks. Learn relationship cheat codes in 20 minutes a day to get the love (life) you love." Our Paid Premium course "Finding Happy Academy" open for enrollment again on February 10, 2019 and Our past collabo…
 
Surviving surviving R Kelly.. Why we were able to over look the behavior of sexual exploitation of women of color for so long. In our first episode of the season our host psychotherapist @msnikibanks discusses the documentary “Surviving R Kelly” and the culture that creates men like him. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
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