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November 29, 2018
Why Therapy?

Participating in therapy requires us to be still within ourselves. For black and brown men, stillness within ourselves can be a foreign experience and it has very little to do with us. Stillness “allows” our mind to take a break or as I’ve experienced (as have my patients) time away from being distracted from how we […]

November 23, 2018
What are Boundaries?

What are boundaries in relationships? Boundaries are the measure by which we allow others to engage with us. If you have weak boundaries, you will likely feel that people are taking advantage of you and treating you in ways that make you uncomfortable. If this is you, I suggest that It may be time to […]

November 20, 2018
How I Built My Private Practice

There are many clinicians who, once they’ve graduated and received their clinical license, their dream is to own their own private practice. I was not one of those clinicians. You could say that I entered private practice reluctantly. I didn’t want to have the hustle of overhead, marketing, billing, etc. However, I believe that life […]

November 12, 2018
Postpartum Depression in Men is Real

Let’s face it when it comes to postpartum depression in men, how many of us really think this is a real thing? If you’re like me, you probably didn’t know that 1 in 10 new dad’s experience postpartum depression after the birth of a child (PSYCOM). That’s not a big number, but it is significant […]

November 6, 2018
7 Red Flags in Relationships

Heartbreak has been considered a normal part of life and considered inescapable for the most part. As relational people, we can only try to avoid heartbreak as much as possible. Anyone who has experienced heartbreak and has overcome it, if they are honest, will tell you that they saw the red flags all along. Here […]

June 20, 2018
For Fred

What happens to black boys when they commit suicide? when the thought of not being able to stand it any longer creeps into their head and when life has become too great a burden to bear and when they begin to make a plan to relieve their suffering… Who do they tell? when the world […]

June 8, 2018
13 Reasons Why An Athlete Should See a Mental Health Sports Therapist

Even in today’s age of self-help, there is still a lot of stigma around going to therapy. This is especially true in the sports community. Therapy or counseling (whatever word you are comfortable with) helps millions of people deal with all sorts of things that happen in everyday life. Therapy is a very practical way […]

April 8, 2018
If It Hurts, It Isn’t Love

Many times, the feelings of love and pain are so frequently associated that they become one and the same. But love isn’t painful. Some of us have been taught by someone in our lives (either consciously or unconsciously) that love means pain, and that love always hurts. But it doesn’t have to! If it hurts, […]

April 8, 2018
Love And Sex Are Not Synonymous

Sex is NOT love! With just a cursory glance through our movies, television shows, music videos and even YouTuber videos, you can see that our culture has taught us and is teaching future generations that sex and love are one in the same. This is a lie. Sex is NOT love. Sex is the ultimate […]

March 30, 2018
Jealousy Is Not Love

“We shall know that state of love only when jealousy, envy, possessiveness, domination come to an end; and as long as we possess, we shall never love.” ~Krishnamurti- I recently read an article where the author expressed the opinion that NOT exhibiting jealousy is the #1 sign that a man will NEVER commit. I am disheartened […]

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