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Two black, educated individuals discussing the importance of mental health awareness, resources, and utilization of therapy in the African American community. Within our culture there are many misconceptions about mental illnesses and treatment that deter us from acquiring the help we need (therapy, resources, support from loved ones). For that reason we decided to join forces to discuss popular topics within mental health, share our own experiences, and provide information on treatment in an attempt to decrease the stigma that remains.

Two black, educated individuals discussing the importance of mental health awareness, resources, and utilization of therapy in the African American community. Within our culture there are many misconceptions about mental illnesses and treatment that deter us from acquiring the help we need (therapy, resources, support from loved ones). For that reason we decided to join forces to discuss popular topics within mental health, share our own experiences, and provide information on treatment in an attempt to decrease the stigma that remains.
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United States

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Two black, educated individuals discussing the importance of mental health awareness, resources, and utilization of therapy in the African American community. Within our culture there are many misconceptions about mental illnesses and treatment that deter us from acquiring the help we need (therapy, resources, support from loved ones). For that reason we decided to join forces to discuss popular topics within mental health, share our own experiences, and provide information on treatment in an attempt to decrease the stigma that remains.

Language:

English


Episodes

Let's Please Talk About Self-Harm & Suicide !

4/16/2019
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Nae & Jay recap their discussion on on depression and move onto a discussion on self harm & suicide after a quick game of BLeBRITY and a review of interesting HipHop News.

Duration:01:25:39

Message for Week 7

4/5/2019
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Each week has it's own theme or message that it tries to encourage us to learn from. Here's a brief episode of us reflecting our personal weekly message/lessons. Take what you need or use this as a reminder to reflect on your week. ----------------------------- "Don't be afraid to spend your money on Self-Care" "A Spade is a Spade," & "Don't be afraid to buy fake SUPREME gear"

Duration:00:19:57

Depression - Part II

4/2/2019
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Nae & Jay continue their discussion on Depression this week (after a brief recap of their previous episode on Part 1) as they place their focus on their experiences in therapy and the challenges/frustrations related to treatment of this disorder. ***(In the opening we do discuss the movie "US." To avoid Spoilers please skip to 13:00.)

Duration:01:21:47

Depression - Part I

3/26/2019
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After a brief break Nae & Jay return to wrap up their previous discussion on allies and begin a new one on Depression as they review its symptoms, causes, medications, and their own personal experiences with it. Time to get in your feelings!

Duration:01:10:39

Allies - Who Do You Let In?

3/5/2019
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Nae and Jay recap their discussion on boundaries and begin a new one on on allies, who we let into our community, and how we identify them.

Duration:01:12:23

Boundaries #ItBeYourOwn

2/26/2019
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Nae & Jay discuss main topics of the week and the importance of boundaries within relationships, the difference between healthy and unhealthy boundaries, and their perspective on personal boundaries within the black community.

Duration:01:59:15

Seeking Treatment

2/19/2019
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Nae and Jay open with a game of Black Card Revoked, discuss interesting topics that caught their attention during the week, and provide an in-depth explanation of the first call one makes to schedule an appointment with a clinician, common questions asked during an intake session, and the basic layout of a normal therapy session. Show is then wrapped up with a reflection on their week. [Heads Up]: Topic includes frequent use of the N-word.

Duration:01:44:26

Stigma - What Keeps Us From Help

2/4/2019
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Nae and Jay discuss BLACK History Month and the scheduled performances at the Superbowl before diving into a intuitive discussion on African American views on mental health and reasons for their reluctance to seek psychotherapy.

Duration:01:07:01

Pilot Episode- Introductions

2/3/2019
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Nae and Jay introduce themselves, why they started this podcast, and what they hope you receive from this experience.

Duration:00:23:13