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S3 E8 - Let's Talk Depression and Black Men with Patrice Douglas

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In this episode, Dr.Earl discusses Black men and depression with Patrice N. Douglas, LMFT. Ms. Douglas is a licensed marriage and family therapist and she has been featured in Oprah Magazine, Allure, Vice, and other outlets. 

In this episode, we discuss depression and Black men. Patrice shares her experience as a therapist working with Black men and helps us understand how depression may look different in men compared to women.  

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You can connect with Patrice N. Douglas on Instagram at thepatricenicole 

Learn more about her work by visiting: https://www.patricendouglas.com/

Therapists of Color Directory:

https://therapyforblackmen.org/find-a-therapist/ https://www.melaninandmentalhealth.com/ https://therapyforblackgirls.com/

Connect w/ Dr. Earl Turner on:

Instagram: @thebreakdownwithdrearl
Facebook: www.facebook.com/AskDrEarl
Twitter:@AskDrEarl
Youtube: https://youtube.com/drearlturner
Email at thebreakdownwithdrearl@gmail.com

Learn more about Dr. Earl on his website at: www.drerlangerturner.com/ 

Listen to The Breakdown with Dr. Earl Podcast on SoundCloud, Spotify, and Apple Podcast! 

Be sure to subscribe and share the comments on social media #TheBreakdownWithDrEarl.

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Jun 03 2020 · 29mins
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S3 Session 13: "Anger the silent killer" feat. Patrice Douglas, LMFT

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The EVOLVING Chair Podcast is hosted by Lakiesha Russell, a Licensed Professional Counselor of The Evolving Chair in Milwaukee, WI. She's also know as America's Mental Wellness Ambassador (TM). These conversations surround all things mental health including physical, spiritual health and more. The EVOLVING conversations are sure to have you leave better than you came so have a seat to begin your journey on evolving into your best self to live your best life.

This session I had a special guest joining me, Patrice Douglas, LMFT. She is so proudly coined
" The Black Man's Therapist". Patrice shares what led her into this journey of helping our men heal, the importance of therapy not just healing the individual but also what it does for the fsmily and community, she shares about anger management and what ot really is and more. So tune in for the gems that she shares, you won't be disappointed.

Connect with Patrice:
Instagram: www.instagram.com/thepatricenicole
Facebook: www.facebook.com/patricrnicole
Website: https://patricendouglas.com/

Connect with Lakiesha:
Instagram: www.instagram.com/lakieshalpc
Facebook: www.facebook.com/lakiesharussell
Twitter: www.twitter.com/LakieshaLpc
Email: Lakiesha@theevolvingchair.com

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May 17 2019 · 54mins
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Black Men Are Sick & Tired of Being Sick & Tired with Patrice Douglas

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Will celebrities change how Black men view therapy? Might women influence them to get better today or will it discourage them? What are some of the differences therapists need to consider in offering therapeutic modalities to Black men? How might the Black conservative religious establishment and it's history be reconciled with therapy which tends to be liberal-leaning in many applications?  Patrice Douglas has always had a deep sense of compassion for helping others. Over the course of some years, Patrice has gained extensive experience dealing with a wide range of medical conditions including substance abuse, depression, anxiety, Bipolar, addictive behaviors, relationship issues, women/men’s issues, and multicultural issues. Patrice is extremely dedicated to ending stigmas in minority communities such as the Black and Native American communities by educating the importance of mental health. Her personal, hands-on approach, has enabled her to achieve major breakthroughs with each client. Each session is designed to help the client feel knowledgeable about how to adapt their session into navigating in real-world settings. She wants her clients to feel encouraged, empowered and ready to conquer any challenge going forward. You can visit www.patricedouglas.com or follow her on Instagram at The Patrice Nicole and Facebook.

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Nov 09 2018 · 39mins
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The Difference Between A Therapist & Life Coach Featuring Patrice Douglas

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Have you ever wondered what the difference is between a life coach and therapist? Patrice Douglas of Empire Counseling breaks it down for us. Learn who is right for you.

Patrice received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and Criminal Justice from Brandman University, and an MS in Counseling Psychology from California Baptist University, specializing in Marriage and Family Therapy. She also has a certification in Anger Management as well as Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT). Patrice continues to update her educational studies, so she can stay current on the ever-evolving changes in mental health as she is currently obtaining a PsyD in Clinical Psychology at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology in Los Angeles.

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Learn More About Patrice Douglas:
https://patricendouglas.com/
T-Shirts By Patrice Douglas
https://teespring.com/stores/patricendouglas
Check Kea & Save Our Babies Panelist, Bashea Williams of Hearts In Mind Counseling
http://wjla.com/features/good-morning-washington/raising-awareness-of-mental-health-resources-for-minorities
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Jul 23 2018 · 1hr 2mins
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Session 16: Managing Our Stress & Anger with Patrice Douglas

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Eboni Harris and Eliza Boquin were joined by Patrice Douglas to discuss her anger management practice. They discussed what anger management is and how to know if you have issues with anger.

Learn more about Patrice Douglas.
https://patricendouglas.com/ https://empirecounseling.net/ https://www.facebook.com/patricendouglas
@patricenicole on Instagram
Apr 23 2018 · 39mins