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Stand out, Be Known

In lieu of Black History Month, my girlfriend and I wanted to honor Black history in our own special way. We started a google...
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The Power of Manageable Steps

Hello everyone!  I hope you are all doing well and staying safe in these strange times.  Today I wanted to talk about a piece...

Dr. Francis Sumner, “Father of Black Psychology”

Hey everyone, hope you're all having a great February! I’d like to continue the series on black pioneers in mental health as it is...

Dr. Joseph White: The Godfather of Black Psychology

Happy February and Happy Black History Month! Let’s take the time to appreciate and converse about the Black pioneers within the field of psychology...

The Iceberg of Fear

Attested by the human psyche and our natural tendencies, we often fear the unknown. What we become comfortable with is what we surround ourselves...

A Small Win, a Bigger Change

Let’s face it, life is thrilling yet exhausting--and sometimes it’s hard to look at the bright side. At times your responsibilities add up and...

Growth is Steady Progress is Gradual

Breaking the comfort zone is the hallmark of progression and growth, but we must always keep a balance between progression towards our goals and...

The Cultural Dilemma in the Chain of Support

Once we start seeing mental health dilemmas as issues all humans experience will we start to truly understand each other as human beings. Growing up...
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New Years and New Resolutions

Goodbye 2020, and hello 2021! Although the past year was not what anyone expected, it’s safe to say that it takes a lot of...
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Balancing Mental Health with Academic Pressure

Today, I wanted to share an interview I did recently with Arnav Gupta, a friend of mine and peer. In this interview, him and...