Black Nouveau | Exclusive | Mental Health


James Causey talks about practicing good mental health with Dr. Ramel Kweku Akyirefi Smith, Ph.D, LP; and Arnitta Holliman, MS, LPC., Discussed are some of the issues challenging African-Americans and how to recognize symptoms of problems.

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  1. I’d like to know what this dialectical therapy is really about??? because it has made my sister, grab a big butcher knife and attack me, sayin she’s gonna kill me? That wasn’t good reasoning at all!! Reparations is nothing but a trick! To get the black womans vote! Just like America faulted on every treaty, signed with the indigenous people. They rather exterminate us all before they give us, one copper penny!!! So sadd!!!!

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