Black History Month

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Black Mental Health Matters. When our mental health needs a boost, many reach to bolster their wellness with therapy - but therapy doesn't have a one-size-fits-all approach. That's why we're highlighting Therapy for Black Girls, a podcast aimed at destigmatizing mental health challenges and supporting Black women as they navigate similar experiences along their wellness journey. Listen Here

 

If you're looking for a powerful examination of our mental health while honoring Black History Month, this other podcast may give you some inspiration. You'll hear from two BIPOC licensed therapists as they explore therapeutic practices "from both sides of the couch." Take a look at their library of podcast episodes on their website; from seeing a Black therapist to the pressure of being productive during a pandemic, there's sure to be something that resonates with you. Listen Here

 

Brene Brown fans and Black History Month buffs unite for this next episode of Unlocking Us - this one titled after Emmanuel Acho's book and web series, "Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man." The most growth happens in the unknown, the uncharted, and the uncomfortable - so get uncomfortable with us and listen to the wisdom present in this latest episode. Listen Here

 

Take a listen to "The Melanated Social Work Podcast," hosted by four men of color involved in social work. You'll get to hear a different perspective around doing social work consciously, what liberation really looks like, and how colorism shows up in different industries. Get inspired by their key takeaways, and see how we can implement this level of change in our own community: Listen Here

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