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March 12, 2022
Depression Treatment

Are Life’s Burdens Weighing You Down? Do you feel sad or hopeless most days? Are low energy and a lack of motivation keeping you from finding purpose or enjoyment in life? Have experiences with adversity caused you to feel unworthy of acceptance or satisfaction? Clinical depression has long been a common mood disorder, but cultural […]

January 9, 2022
Anxiety Treatment

Do You Live In Constant Fear And Worry? Are you struggling with symptoms of panic or anxiety? As a Black man, are you concerned that seeking mental health support will make you look weak and unstable? Or has the idea of therapy been stigmatized within your circle of friends and family? Anxiety is a significant […]

August 27, 2019
Breakups or Blessings in Disguise

The ramifications of a breakup can impact all of those around you. This could be your family, friends, kids, co-workers and more if they’ve built a bond with your former partner. Little things, like where will you go for the holidays, how the yard is going to get cut and who will make sure the […]

August 26, 2019
What Triggers You?

Some say that triggers aren’t a real thing. I tend to disagree. Most of us can recall a song from the past that was dedicated to a relationship and was “our song.” It could be twenty years down the road and when that song comes on and you’re singing along with it, the thoughts and […]

June 26, 2019
Dealing With the Fear of Rejection

We all have a fear of rejection. Who really wants someone to say “no” to them? It hurts and can leave us feeling devalued and worthless. Regardless of the “no,” we all inherently have value. In today’s society, we can be rejected or experience “perceived rejection” in a myriad of ways. With technology, if we […]

June 17, 2019
I Said I Do, Now What?

When people typically think marriage, they see this as happily ever after. Most don’t realize or focus on the work, compromise or difficulties that come along with the “I Do’s.” You are two people, with two different backgrounds and sometimes varying outlooks on life. There will be things that still need to be worked on […]

April 1, 2019
Letting Go

As a licensed mental health clinician and a black man, I have experienced, noticed, and practiced holding on to people, places, things, feelings, behaviors and thoughts that were hindrances to living a better life. I want to ask you these questions that I not only ask my male clients, but myself at one time. This […]

March 30, 2019
3 Ways to Overcome Your Fear of Success

Imagine yourself achieving everything you ever dreamed about. Visualize yourself working as the manager, the CEO, running for office, launching the new business. Imagine yourself winning! Did you do it? Did you imagine it? Did you visualize yourself in your dream career, in your dream car, living your dream life, in your dream home? How […]

March 29, 2019
To Think Or To Overthink, That Is The Question

There are some who like to “think things over,” and then there are others who “overthink.” If you fall into the overthinking camp, unfortunately, you do yourself a disservice. Overthinking does not serve anyone well as it causes one to think about something too much and for too long, leaving you exhausted and in a […]

March 28, 2019
Fear of Failure

If you were to ask me what my biggest fears were, I would put the fear of failure at the top for many reasons including who am I letting down, who is watching me fail, what will people think of me, nobody likes a failure, I will be treated poorly, I will have no confidence, […]

March 25, 2019
Stress Management for Black Men in the Workplace

Your boss is piling on more work than you can handle, pressuring you to meet deadlines for projects that you were not trained to do. You weren’t provided with the right tools, resources or support, but they still expect you to give top quality performance. This is a recipe for disaster! If this isn’t bad […]

March 6, 2019
3 Signs You’re in a Healthy Relationship

In today’s society, we see all types of couples on social media and television; and most of us are holding them to the standards of #Relationshipgoals. Some have been together for a while and others for two hot seconds. We have a tendency to praise these unions or relationships because of the status of the […]

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