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Licensed professional counselor, Chimere G. Holmes, speaks on mental health and suicide as people still process the tragic passing of Stephen “tWitch” Boss.
6abc Studios (WPVI) — The holidays are here but for many people they are not going to be quite as merry this year. COVID-19 infections are once again shooting up, officials are telling us to stay in our homes, avoid contact with others, and wear masks. The guidelines are for our health and safety as […]
6abc Studios (WPVI) — When people suffer with mental illness or drug and alcohol abuse, it significantly impacts all aspects of their lives, including family, relationships, employment, leisure activities, and the basic satisfaction experienced from fully participating in life.
Holiday season is here and, for some, it can be difficult to cope with stress. Chimère G. Holmes, founder of Be Ye Renewed Counseling stopped by #MorningHype with @MichelleFisher to discuss tips for how to deal with increased stress during the holidays!
This week, Flashpoint discusses Juneteenth becoming a federal holiday. What does this mean for African Americans, and how did 2020’s racial reckoning play a role in Juneteenth’s emergence in American society? KYW’s Shara Dae Howard speaks with Vashti Dubois, founder of The Colored Girls Museum in Germantown.
The BIPOC Sisters’ Circle Group is a therapy group for women who identify as Black, Indigenous, or Person of Color (BIPOC). It is designed to promote diversity and inclusivity by providing a safe space where women from all walks of life can process mental health challenges.
Philadelphia (WPHL) – Many people think about physical health when resolutions like eating healthy or exercising more when making their new year’s resolutions. But, the past two years have been very stressful, and maybe we should also think about our mental health when we make those resolutions. There are some steps to improve health for […]
Dr. Crystal Lucky has had a life of firsts. She was the first Black student to integrate the Baldwin Little School on the main line in 1971, and later became the first Black woman to hold the position of associate dean at Villanova University. NBC10’s Lucy Bustamante has Dr. Lucky’s inspiring story.