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Talking Off The Couch podcast focuses on mental health and mental wellness within the community of color. Tatiana Smith who is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Dallas, Texas decided that it is time to shed light and break stigmas about mental health/wellness in the communities of color. This podcast is a voice for the mental health community as well as the average person. Talking Off The Couch will make you feel Ok about not being Ok.
This week's episode I speak my guest Jasmin Pierre. We talk about her diagnosis of major depressive, suicide attempts, and her thoughts about church and toxic families. So are you worth fighting for?
Jasmin Pierre is a Certified Peer Support Specialist, Certified Mental Health First Aid Responder, Mental Health Advocate, Motivational Speaker, Author of the self help book “A Fight Worth Finishing”, and creator of the minority mental health app "The Safe Place", Jasmin is constantly fighting for the rights of those who battle Mental Health Challenges.
Takeaways from this episode:
1. It’s Ok if you Have a Mental Illness.
2. It’s Ok to have Jesus and a Therapist.
3. Stigma needs to be broken and we need to talk, accept, and grow when it comes to Mental Health.
Where you can find Jasmin:
Resources and Books Mentioned:
App-The Safe Place
A Fight Worth Finishing
Podcast hashtag #talkingoffthecouch and #TOTCpodcast
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Facebook Group-Talking Off The Couch Village
If you are interested in working with Tatiana as a therapist you can find out more about her services at www.tsmithcounseling.com
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