Sept 1, 2019. I am back after my 3 months summer sabbatical off of Blogtalk Ask Yeyefini Show
This is a very interesting article. I know about it from a spiritual perspective and in my practice there are ceremonies that I have used help. Please join me on my Ask Yeyefini Show on Blogtalk, YouTube and Instagram September 1, to hear more on this topic.
My guest are 2 of my dear friends and colleague
This episode our guests are: Natasha J. Thomas, MD. She is a Board-Certified Adult Psychiatrist educated at Spelman College, Miller School of Medicine at the University of Miami and the University of Maryland/Sheppard Pratt Psychiatry Residency Training Program. She treats depression, anxiety, ADHD, bipolar-spectrum illnesses and psychotic disorders as well. Dr. Thomas maintains a psychiatric private practice at Fresh Start for the Mind in Suwanee, Georgia and cares for those ages 15 and up. She is one of the most beloved psychiatrists in Metro Atlanta, known for creating a warm, nonjudgmental environment for patients, and infusing hope into all that she does. She is Owner and CEO of Hope Grove Psychiatry, PC. And Ms
Ms. Isis Bey, is a Licensed Mental Health Therapist, Consultant, Trainer, Professor, and Spiritual Advisor and has over 15 years of experience working with children and families. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with the North Carolina Social Work Licensing Board and is a certified trauma specialist. Her experience in the clinical field includes but is not limited to Trauma, Domestic Violence, Crisis Intervention, Assessment, Individual, Group and Family Counseling. She also has practice experience using Mindfulness, Spiritual Social Work, African Drumming and Dance as a therapeutic tool. Additional social work experience includes advocacy, international social work, child welfare, parent education