one of the few topics related to psychology that far too many people think they understand. The inundation of think pieces and articles trying to help each respective personality trait is tiresome at best. The writers, much like your average layperson, ascribe a myriad of behaviors and personalities to said people, based on their own belief of what introversion/extroversion is; which is usually incorrect.
EPISODE 009 – HUMAN SEXUALITY – MENTAL UNWIND W/ KEWASHAH NAOMI
On this episode of Mental Unwind, we are discussing a topic that will probably make you blush a bit: SEX. We all have our different views and opinions on the subject, however, during this episode, we will discuss a general overview on the clinical view of sex and sexuality in psychology.
Navigating the legal world is difficult enough, but there is an added layer of difficulty when dealing with mental health. On this episode, we have Attorney Derek Gage (www.thegagefirm.com) visiting the studio. Attorney Gage specializes in working with the mentally ill within the legal system.
In many minority communities, the idea of entrepreneurship is the ultimate goal. The dream of owning one’s own business and “working for yourself” and creating your own hours is a myth that is touted as fact.
It’s significantly easier to find a job than it is to find a career. How do you know what’s right for you? And if you find a career, how do you deal with potentially toxic environments. On this Episode we sit down with Career Counselor Dr. Harrison Davis and discuss some of these questions.
This constant pursuit of “happiness” or the next best thing, the next goal, the next rung on the ladder is exhausting and unfulfilling.
EPISODE 006 – POSTPARTUM DEPRESSION – MENTAL UNWIND W/ KEWASHAH NAOMI
In today’s society we are thankfully becoming more aware of issues that mothers face as it relates to mental health. On this episode, we sit down with Attorney Jamila Young and discuss her past struggle with postpartum depression and how she overcame it.
Strong looks different for different people. However, whenever the term Strong Black Woman is used, it’s often used to depict a woman that is going through a terrible situation and appears unphased by it. Believe me when I tell you this…… she’s phased.
In this episode we get a glimpse as to what exactly self care looks like. Ask yourself these two questions: What does it look like to you? How do you know if you are doing enough? These are just a few questions that we ask and answer in this episode.
Often, when people think of self-care, they think about the big things. The lavish vacations, the expensive dinner dates, the weekend getaways, etc. Self-care can be something as small as getting enough rest or taking a long walk.