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OurselvesBlack doesn’t stop here! Join us for our weekly podcast that delves into black mental health. Listen as Senior Editor Dr. Sarah Y. Vinson, interviews mental health experts on a variety of topics and also provides a glimpse into the mental health journeys of others. Be sure to check out brief profiles about each week’s guest and links to bonus content. Subscribe at ourselvesblack.com/obpodcast or check out the podcast section of OurselvesBlack.com.

Ourselves Black Podcast Dr. Sarah Vinson

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OurselvesBlack doesn’t stop here! Join us for our weekly podcast that delves into black mental health. Listen as Senior Editor Dr. Sarah Y. Vinson, interviews mental health experts on a variety of topics and also provides a glimpse into the mental health journeys of others. Be sure to check out brief profiles about each week’s guest and links to bonus content. Subscribe at ourselvesblack.com/obpodcast or check out the podcast section of OurselvesBlack.com.

    Childhood Trauma: Dr. Michelle Durham Part 2.

    Childhood Trauma: Dr. Michelle Durham Part 2.

    Dr. Michelle Durham an adult, Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist. She received her MD from Louisiana State University in New Orleans, LA, completed her residency training at BUSM/BMC and completed her child and adolescent psychiatry fellowship at Yale Child Study Center in New Haven, Connecticut. She received her MPH in Health Policy and Management from the Emory Rollins School of Public Health. Dr. Durham’s interests lie in advocacy, mental healthcare integration into the pediatric primary care setting, trauma in young children, health disparities among minority populations and training/education.

    • 15 min
    Childhood Trauma: Dr. Michelle Durham Part 1

    Childhood Trauma: Dr. Michelle Durham Part 1

    Dr. Michelle Durham an adult, Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist. She received her MD from Louisiana State University in New Orleans, LA, completed her residency training at BUSM/BMC and completed her child and adolescent psychiatry fellowship at Yale Child Study Center in New Haven, Connecticut. She received her MPH in Health Policy and Management from the Emory Rollins School of Public Health. Dr. Durham’s interests lie in advocacy, mental healthcare integration into the pediatric primary care setting, trauma in young children, health disparities among minority populations and training/education.

    • 20 min
    Couples Therapy: Dr. Ayanna Abrams Part 2.

    Couples Therapy: Dr. Ayanna Abrams Part 2.

    Our guest expert, Dr. Ayanna Abrams is a licensed clinical psychologist in Georgia and CEO/Founder of Ascension Behavioral Health, LLC. Dr. Abrams enjoys providing consultation and guest speaking opportunities to organizations (specifically non-profit), schools, churches, hospitals, & amp; other media and has been featured on Huffington Post Live, Therapy for Black Girls & Silence the Shame. She is also the proud co-founder of Not So Strong, a mental health initiative focused on emotional healing of black women through use of vulnerable narratives.

    • 23 min
    Couples Therapy: Dr. Ayanna Abrams Part 1.

    Couples Therapy: Dr. Ayanna Abrams Part 1.

    Our guest expert, Child and Adult Psychiatrist and Physician Administrator Phillip Murray, MD, MPH, provides practical information on how to extract what you or your loved ones need from the mental health system. This is Par 1 of a 2 part discussion with OB Executive Editor Sarah Y. Vinson, M.D.

    • 20 min
    Innovative Solutions/Use of Tech. Addressing Young Adult Mental Health Pt. 2/2

    Innovative Solutions/Use of Tech. Addressing Young Adult Mental Health Pt. 2/2

    Dr. Annelle Primm, a community psychiatrist based in Baltimore, Maryland, is the Senior Medical Advisor for the Steve Fund, the nation's only organization focused on the mental health and emotional well-being of college students of color. Dr. Primm was formerly Deputy Medical Director of the American Psychiatric Association (APA) and served as APA's Director of the Office of Minority and National Affairs. She was previously Director of the Johns Hopkins Community Psychiatry Program where she oversaw a variety of mental health services for adults. Dr. Primm has written and lectured widely on culture issues in mental health, eliminating disparities in mental health care, and the social determinants of mental health.

    • 19 min
    PrimmInnovative Solutions/Use of Technology Addressing Young Adult Mental Health Part. 1

    PrimmInnovative Solutions/Use of Technology Addressing Young Adult Mental Health Part. 1

    Dr. Annelle Primm, a community psychiatrist based in Baltimore, Maryland, is the Senior Medical Advisor for the Steve Fund, the nation's only organization focused on the mental health and emotional well-being of college students of color. Dr. Primm was formerly Deputy Medical Director of the American Psychiatric Association (APA) and served as APA's Director of the Office of Minority and National Affairs. She was previously Director of the Johns Hopkins Community Psychiatry Program where she oversaw a variety of mental health services for adults. Dr. Primm has written and lectured widely on culture issues in mental health, eliminating disparities in mental health care, and the social determinants of mental health.

    • 15 min

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