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THE TEMPER: HOW TO STAY SAFE AND SOBER ON “BLACKOUT WEDNESDAY”

Check out this article I assisted with Annakeara about Blackout Wednesday. Never heard of it? Read about the day before thanksgiving difficulties people in recovery deal with.



BUSTLE.COM HOW TO TELL IF YOU DON’T HANDLE STRESS WELL, BASED ON THESE 9 HABITS

Check out this article I was featured in discussing how to tell if you don’t handle stress well How To Tell If You Don’t Handle Stress Well, Based On These 9 Habits  



BUSTLE.COM: 12 DAILY HABITS THAT ARE SURPRISINGLY A SIGN OF HIGH-FUNCTIONING ANXIETY

Check out this article I was featured in discussing daily habits of a person with high functioning anxiety Bustle Article



THERAPIST CLUBHOUSE PODCAST: ROCKING SOCIAL MEDIA W/ PATRICE N DOUGLAS

How are you doing with social media? Patrice N Douglas will show you how to have fun with it. In this conversation, she shares her passion for destigmatizing mental health issues and ways she uses to social media to get her message out. She also dives into how she uses social media to support other therapists. Not only is Patrice not competitive with her peers, she’s a champion of their work.

TOPICS DISCUSSED IN THIS EPISODE:
Providing online therapy
Creating and selling “Black Minds Matter”  and “Therapy Saves Lives” T-shirts
Specializing in anger management
How she balances her time between agency and private practice
Her big why: Destigmatizing mental health issues
Her Therapist of the week spotlight on Instagram
Developing her brand with a branding specialist
Networking online with other therapists



MELANIN & MENTAL HEALTH PODCAST: ANGER IS GOOD

Eboni Harris and Eliza Boquin were joined by Patrice Douglas to discuss her anger management practice. They discussed what anger management is and how to know if you have issues with anger.



THERAPY FOR BLACK GIRLS PODCAST: ANGRY BLACK WOMEN

The Therapy for Black Girls Podcast is a weekly conversation with Dr. Joy Harden Bradford, a Licensed Psychologist in Atlanta, Georgia, about all things mental health, personal development, and all the small decisions we can make to become the best possible version of ourselves.

This week’s episode features Patrice N. Douglas, LMFT. Patrice and I discussed where the stereotype of the angry black woman came from, how you can tell if you have an issue with anger, strategies for using anger productively, and how you can get better at talking about your emotions before you become angry.

Resources Mentioned

What’s Good About Anger - http://www.whatsgoodaboutanger.com/

National Anger Management Association - http://namass.org/







EPIPHANY W/ MIYUME (SUICIDE) 05-13-17

Listen to “Epiphany w/ Miyume (Suicide) 05-13-17” on Spreaker.



EPIPHANY W/ MIYUME 7-16-16

Listen to “Epiphany with Miyume 7-16-16” on Spreaker.



EPIPHANY W/ MIYUME 7-9-16

Listen to “Epiphany w/Miyume 7-9-16” on Spreaker.