This episode includes an honest discussion about the realities of co-parenting after divorce or separation. Family Law Attorney Obréziah Bullard and Licensed Therapist Dr. Ryan Day joined your hosts Dr. Harrison Davis and Dr. Asha Dickerson as we explored the dynamics of co-parenting with your child’s other parent.
Show Title: Disordered Eating in the Black Community
In this episode of Two Therapists and a Microphone, we discuss Disordered Eating in the Black Community: Binge Eating, Anorexia, and Bulimia. The guests are Dr. Crystal Burwell and Carlus Houston.
Show Title: THE OPIOID EPIDEMIC
In this episode of Two Therapists and a Microphone we discuss the opioid drug crisis with Dr. Crystal Burwell and Dr. Cassandra Wanzo
Show Title: 13 Reasons to Discuss Suicide
On this episode of Two Therapists and a Microphone we discuss suicide and the Netflix show 13 Reasons Why. Our guests are Mahlet Endale, Ph.D., Licensed Psychologist and Suicide Prevention Coordinator at Emory University’s Counseling and Psychological Services and Jeff Dess, Prevention and Intervention Coordinator for Cobb County School District in Georgia.
Show Title: POLITICAL STRESS IN THE U.S.
This episode of Two Therapists and a Microphone explores the current political climate in the U.S. and public reactions to the recent presidential election. Featured guests are Dr. Glen Smith, a Political Science Professor at the University North Georgia and Dr. Joy Harden-Bradford, a Psychologist in Atlanta, GA.
Show Title: HIP-HOP, TRAP MUSIC, TRAP HOUSES, AND THE BLACK COMMUNITY
On this episode of Two Therapists and a Microphone, we discuss how Hip-Hop has evolved, the growth of Trap Music and the impact on the Black community. Our guests are Youth Pastor Al Hollie and Hip-Hop Scholar Dr. Joycelyn Wilson