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77 minutes | Sep 7, 2021
Back to Reality, Kind Of
On this episode we discuss the wild ride that Covid has put us on. How do we deal? How do we heal and how do we slowly transition back into the workplace given all that is continuing to occur.
52 minutes | Aug 4, 2020
Mind Full Live: Entrepreurship
On this episode we have @angcode_ on discussing how she navigates her mental health while running a successful candle business and radio show. Tune in as she shares best practices to help you with balance.
94 minutes | Aug 2, 2020
Mind Full Live: Sports
On this episode we talk to @markensonpierre_9 former West Point football player and NFL agent about what it was like to balance his mental health while playing sports. And how he wants to incorporate mental health in his current work as an agent.
45 minutes | Dec 26, 2019
On this episode we breakdown code switching - changing how you speak based on your environment, with doctoral candidate Pilar Symone @empowerourcrown and Project Manager Kris Bennett @thatkidjuice
68 minutes | Dec 8, 2019
On this episode Psychiatry resident Natasha Nazari @natasha_naz and entrepreneur Marlyn Jean @marlynisfuego discuss toxic relationships with family, friends and in the workplace. Tips are given on how they navigate them and knowing when to simply let them go.
45 minutes | Nov 13, 2019
Taboos Of Therapy
Celeste @celestethetherapist and Natasha @natasha_naz breakdown therapy, but take an even deeper look at who has access to therapy and discuss other therapeutic practices people can take on to improve their lives.
59 minutes | Oct 27, 2019
On this episode Soraya Jean- Baptiste and Alex Jean- Baptiste @alexjbitsme discuss what Black Love means to them. How it looks, how it feels and what it isn't.
59 minutes | Oct 27, 2019
On this episode Alex Jean- Baptiste @alexjbitsme and Armani White discuss gentrification in Massachusetts. Alex shares his perspective as a realtor and Armani as a community advocate.
84 minutes | Oct 1, 2019
The COLLEGE Experience
On this episodeFrance @francelicsw and Soraya discuss college and the trials and tribulations of it. Boys, partying, academics, finding yourselves and losing yourselves.
65 minutes | Sep 17, 2019
On this episode we discuss substance use with a particular focus on the opioid epidemic. MSW student and substance use project manager Kris discusses his work life experience working in a harm reduction clinic, while artist Amanda Shea recalls growing up with parents who are addicts and the current struggles of being married to someone addicted as well.
103 minutes | May 12, 2019
Hip Hop featuring Latrell James (LIVE at Stonehill College)
Co-hosts @itstheresasophia and @alexjb_itsme are joined by social worker and hip hop enthusiast @thebeardedsocialworker and producer/performer @latrelljames to discuss mental health in the world of hip hop. Each share their perspective as participants and spectators and how the genre has ultimately grown into a way of life.
58 minutes | Jan 3, 2019
Grief and Bereavement
On this episode, host Theresa Sophia @itstheresasophia discusses how she prepares for the death of her 91 year old grandma, guest Royale L'Radin @royalelradin discusses how he has dealt with back to back death in the last few years, Jessicah Pierre @jessicahpierre opens up about how the death of her mother and others inspires her to live her life in the most impactful way she can, Josh McNeil @thebeardedsocialworker reminds us to be aware of cultural differences in mourning and that therapy is never a bad answer.
62 minutes | Dec 18, 2018
Marriage, Divorce and Separation
On this episode Theresa Sophia @itstheresasophia is joined by Phd candidate Jhanev Allen @j_allen92 who reflects on being a product of divorce as well as clients that she has worked with, Soraya shares how she sees her parents relationship reflected in hers and Adam shares what it was like to grow up with his father in prison.
64 minutes | Dec 4, 2018
Bullying and Peer Pressure
On this episode a slew of topics are discussed, body shaming, being the child of an immigrant, colorism, drugs and alcohol. This episode gives you a look into what it is like being in middle, high school and college in 2018. This episode features Sarah @r_decimus Tuna @xo.tuna.ox Djiwo @djiwo_ and Maladho.
60 minutes | Nov 20, 2018
Police Brutality and Mass Incarceration
On this episode Theresa Sophia @itstheresasophia discusses being arrested on the campus of her former high school and how traumatizing that experience was for her. Alex @alexjb_itsme discusses his research on how watching and hearing of police brutality can lead to symptoms of PTSD, Sarah @sarah.laughlin.poetry shares a story of a man she has worked with in the prison system and Chuks @crdaxci talks about how police often see him as a threat because of his stature.
61 minutes | Nov 6, 2018
Mental Health for Mommies
On this episode host @itstheresasophia is joined by two young mom's Keila Jesus @keilajss. who experienced a lot of trauma around discovering she was pregnant and France Belazaire @fb617, a clinician who sees pregnant mothers and their young children. Also Makeda @_makedas joins the conversation and shares the importance of her work as a doula during pregnancy.
50 minutes | Oct 23, 2018
On this episode Theresa Sophia @itstheresasophia gets really honest about how the world labels her appearance. Arielle @bonitafrobum describes her experiences navigating the world as an overweight light skinned woman and Alex @alexjb_itsme talks about how EVERYONE no matter where on the spectrum they fall has insecurities they are working through.
42 minutes | Oct 9, 2018
First Generation/Immigrant Struggles
Host Theresa Sophia @itstheresasophia shares how mental health was not a topic that her family spoke about growing up. She explains how she took the first steps to find a therapist. Co-host Daveth Cheth @ddcheth discusses his journey to self-love as a queer Cambodian and Suelynne Ngare @cinnamon_sue describes immigrating to the racist South.
60 minutes | Sep 25, 2018
The Foster Care System
On this episode Luz Villar @luzchange shares her story of being placed in 21 homes in the span of 4 years. Former DCF social worker Marc @talldarknfly shares his experience and the frustrations that came a long with being in his profession.
51 minutes | Sep 11, 2018
The Impact of Social Media
On this episode host Theresa Sophia @itstheresasophia is joined by cohost Soraya and mental health professional Marc @talldarkandfly. Marc shares how sliding in the DMs got him a wife, Soraya gets us hip to healthier options to Twitter and Facebook and Theresa shares how Instagram has heightened her insecurities.
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