The Don't@Me Podcast
About This Show
The voice of every egg on the internet! Bridging the gap between the Hip-Hop community and mental health awareness, it's the Don't@Me Podcast with Solomon, Nisha & Dan. What happens on the internet, stays on the internet. Forever. Don't@Me!
Most Recent Episode
Episode 26 - Quinn the Psychotherapist
Dec 4 16
Quinn Gee is an advocate for gender, racial, and sexual minorities and equality in relationships and family systems. Quinn is an alumnus of the University of Mississippi, where, under the mentorship of Dr. Laura Johnson, founded Sistahspeak!, the only non-Greek organization for women of color at the university. During her undergraduate tenure at Ole Miss, Quinn also was an active in several organizations and events, including “Take Back the Night” and “My Black is Beautiful.” She also was a teaching assistant for Multicultural Psychology and Human Sexuality under Dr. Johnson. Quinn holds a BA in psychology from the University of Mississippi, an MS in Professional Counseling, and is currently a PhD candidate with a focus on advanced human behavior. Quinn interned and co-facilitated groups and intensives at Experiential Healing Center and is a Crisis Specialist with Alliance Healthcare Services, assessing and treating clients in mental health emergencies in the Memphis area.Quinn is on track for LPC licensure in 2016. Her areas of professional focus include women's issues (including relationship systems, codependency, and relationship-based trauma) healthy sexuality, gender identity/sexual orientation issues, race based trauma, and intersectionality. Quinn uses a combination of modalities, including DBT, Talk, Experiential, and Somatic. Quinn offers mobile, individual, group, and couples therapy. She is a member of the American Counseling Association, Memphis Urban League of Young Professionals, Association for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Issues in Counseling, and the Gay and Lesbian Student Education Network. Quinn’s goal is to bring awareness of traditionally stigmatized issues to marginalized communities.