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Black Therapist Podcast formerly Black In Therapy Is a New Podcast where we discuss the unique issues facing people of color. Listen! Comment! Like! Follow! Subscribe!

Black Therapist Podcast formerly Black In Therapy Is a New Podcast where we discuss the unique issues facing people of color. Listen! Comment! Like! Follow! Subscribe!
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Black Therapist Podcast formerly Black In Therapy Is a New Podcast where we discuss the unique issues facing people of color. Listen! Comment! Like! Follow! Subscribe!

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Episodes

Shout Out To Frustrated Moms

5/14/2018
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Single Mother's are not exactly unsung heroes. They are often seen as super She-roes- often lauded without regard to their struggles. We make it look easy and as such a lot of the pain, struggle, trauma, and challenges we go through are often unseen and acknowleged. In this episode we discuss: my imperfect parenting style; How to support other women in the struggle; Why it's necessary to create spaces for us to sit in our feelings.

Duration:00:35:27

Keeping Safe when Getting Online Counseling

4/28/2018
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Admitting you’re wrong is not always easy but it is critical to maintaining healthy relationships. Texts can be taken out of context is not always a great way to communicate effectively. In this episode Nikita Banks, discusses the dangers of some form of online counseling, who it is and isn't appropriate for, how to positively resolve social media disagreements, and admitting when you're wrong.

Duration:00:15:25

Faith Over Fear

4/22/2018
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Faith Over Fear - Kick Fear's Ass- In this episode we discuss how important it is for us to push back on fear if we are to have the life we deserve. Also In this episode: active listening, taking each day as an opportunity to learn a life lesson. Motivation provided by Brooklyn Based Psychotherapist Nikita Banks, LCSW

Duration:00:26:12

If You Don't See Color You Can't See Me

4/16/2018
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In this episode we discuss how "I don't see color" negates people of color and makes us feel invisible. Ways to become an Ally without forcing your "fake equality" on POC safe spaces. Also on this episode: Thank A Black Woman, Students of Color Collective at NYU and how to move in spaces that aren't very POC friendly.

Duration:00:32:19

no fabolous life the normalization of domestic abuse.

4/8/2018
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In this episode we discuss the response to the allegations rapper Fabolous physically assaulted his girlfriend Emily B and what we can learn to do differently to keep women who are victims of domestic abuse safe.

Duration:00:34:28

You Can't Pray it Away Religion and Mental Health

4/1/2018
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Religion has a way of making mental health challenges feel like moral failure. It is important for us to be able to get the tools to satisfy the development of all parts of us as a member of the human race. We are spiritual beings in physical bodies so why wouldn't we go to people who can help us develop to our fullest capacity. One doesn't take away from the other. In this episode Brooklyn New York Based psychotherapist Nikita Banks, LCSW starts the discussion.

Duration:00:31:38

Fix It Jesus Iyanla aint Therapy

3/26/2018
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In this episode we have a discussion about the difference between, what we see of "tv therapy" and what the real process is. In this episode psychotherapist Nikita Banks, discusses the difference, between what Iyanla VanZant does, Dr Phil and the therapeutic process. We also discuss the value of the work they do as well as the damage.

Duration:00:38:57

Psychiatrist and Social Work with Psychiatrist Karinn Glover

3/19/2018
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We continue our conversation with psychiatrist Dr Karinn Glover and we discuss the future of psychiatry, integrative practice methods with social work and psychiatry, the necessity for culturally competent care and the importance of representation. We also discuss the myths and biases people of color have to fight through in order to maintain their mental health when it comes to medication.

Duration:00:29:01

Break Down the Social/Mental Code of Black Panther NO SPOILERS

2/19/2018
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In this Episode you will learn about the Wonderful world of Wakanda. Black Therapist Podcast host Psychotherapist Nikita Banks, LCSW and Film Critic Tim Gordon of "Film Gordon" discusses the hidden messages, how representation matters, the importance of positive media, and the effects of fatherless sons left behind to deal with trauma.

Duration:00:49:27

What MLK- Barack Obama and Social Work have in common

1/15/2018
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Black Therapist Podcast formerly Black In Therapy 's host Brooklyn Based psychotherapist Nikita Banks, LCSW discusses the importance of community organizing; social work advocacy and being politically active.

Duration:00:20:54

Black Therapist Podcast Dealing with the Anniversary of a Loved One's Death

12/11/2017
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Black Therapist Podcast formerly Black In Therapy's host Brooklyn Based psychotherapist Nikita Banks, LCSW discusses how to approach the holiday seasons without a family member; dealing with an anniversary of a death of a loved one or a birthday of someone you have loss.

Duration:00:11:04

Building Boundaries Black Therapist Podcast Formerly Black in Therapy

12/4/2017
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Black Therapist Podcast formerly Black In Therapy 's host Brooklyn Based psychotherapist Nikita Banks, LCSW discusses how to build boundaries with families to improve healthyy relationships.

Duration:00:25:28

Black Therapist Podcast Black in Therapy Preparing to Go Home for the Holidays

11/19/2017
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Black Therapist Podcast formerly Black In Therapy's host Brooklyn Based psychotherapist Nikita Banks, LCSW discusses how to mentally prepare to gather with family for the holidays and move forward from hurt to heal hearts this holiday season.

Duration:00:21:16

Black Therapist Podcast Host Nikita Banks,LCSW Interviews psychotherapist/author Kim L. Knight

11/13/2017
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Black in Therapy Podcast Is a podcast hosted by NYC Based Psychotherapist Nikita Banks, LCSW; in this show we interview author and psychotherapist Kim Knight on the need for safe spaces of clinicians of color, tips for marketing a private practice, and her new book relationship recipes.. https://www.amazon.com/Relationship-Recipes-Creating-Healthy-Relationships-ebook/dp/B075ZN8BMW

Duration:00:35:42

Black In Therapy Podcast Season 2-Tyrese, child custody and being a single father with Tee Smif

11/6/2017
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Black Therapist Podcast formerly Black in Therapy Brooklyn New York based psychotherapist host Nikita Banks interviews Content Creator and Film maker Theron "Tee Smif" Smith discussing the latest with Tyrese Gibson, gaining custody of his son, navigating the court system and his experience as a single father.

Duration:00:32:11

Black Therapist Aren't as Good as White and Other things racists say

10/29/2017
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Black Therapist Podcast formerly Black in therapy is a podcast hosted by Brooklyn New York Based Psychotherapist Nikita Banks LCSW. In this episode we discuss how to deal with racist white therapist. Power and privilege of therapists and the importance of the use of "SELF" and being introspective is in our practice.

Duration:00:30:51

Black Therapist Podcast Formerly Black In Therapy: I lost my white friend to Racism

10/17/2017
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Black Therapist Podcast formerly Black In Therapy: Brooklyn based Licensed Psychotherapist Clinical Social Worker Nikita Banks discusses examining her privilege, discussing racial bias with a colleague and the need for culturally competent care and safe spaces for people of color.

Duration:00:13:41

Black Therapist Podcast/Black In Therapy Podcast -You should know before going into Private Practice

10/10/2017
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Black Therapist Podcast formerly Black In Therapy: Brooklyn Based psychotherapist Licensed Clinical Social Worker Nikita Banks. So you want to be in private practice..Now what? My journey to LCSW and launching my practice. What I wished I would've known.

Duration:00:22:55

Black Therapist Podcast/Black In Therapy-How to know if you have Vicarious Trauma

9/11/2017
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Black in Therapy Podcast Is a podcast hosted by NYC Based Psychotherapist/Licensed Clinical Social worker Nikita Banks, LCSW to discuss the unique issues people of color face when accessing mental health care. In this week's Episode we talk about Vicarious Trauma through exposure to national tragedies; symptoms and what you can do to ease them.

Duration:00:22:53

Black Therapist Podcast/Black In Therapy-My Daddy Died and I'm Not Sad

9/5/2017
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Black in Therapy Podcast Is a podcast hosted by NYC/Brooklyn Based Psychotherapist Nikita Banks, LCSW -In this Episode Ms Banks discusses the death of her father; individualized grieving and how to heal after the passing of a parent.

Duration:00:31:46

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