PSYC /sahyk/ Verb—To prepare psychologically to be in the right frame of mind or to give one’s best.
YOUR /yohr/ Noun—Indicative of belonging to oneself.
MIND /mahynd/ Noun—The element, part, substance, or process that reasons, thinks, feels, wills, perceives, judges. Totality of conscious and unconscious mental processes.
! —Used at the end of a phrase to express extreme emotion; high volume
PsycYourMind® seeks to provide the global majority an out-of-the-box, creative approach to mental health counseling.
Adopting a decolonized, holistic perspective, we operate in a resource-development capacity to ensure optimum skill acquisition needed to thrive in the world.
Viewing the mind as the control unit for your body, all behaviors, environmental factors, and emotions will be evaluated to produce realistic outcomes.
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"In her research, Joseph says she has found that cross-cultural therapeutic relationships can mimic the outside world. Think: micro-aggressions by white therapists toward Black clients. . . The assumption is a Black therapist can help a Black person develop the copings skills needed for our unique idioms of distress. This distress is rooted in racism and socioeconomic injustices."
"Once you conquer putting yourself first, then the guilt and shame is dissolved—you’re better able to engage with those around you and you don’t feel selfish for taking time for yourself, says Crystal Morrison-Joseph, a licensed clinical professional counselor."
"Crystal Joseph, in her second year at her private practice less than two miles from the nation’s capitol, recalls the day after the presidential election. “All my clients were crying. They couldn’t verbalize how they were feeling.” Since then, she’s seen “higher rates of panic attacks” among her clients."
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