In this Episode you will learn about the Wonderful world of Wakanda. Black Therapist Podcast host Psychotherapist Nikita Banks, LCSW and Film Critic Tim Gordon of “Film Gordon” discusses the hidden messages, how representation matters, the importance of positive media, and the effects of fatherless sons left behind to deal with trauma. no spoilers just …
Brooklyn Based Psychotherapist Nikita Banks, LCSW discusses how to get over being an entrepreneur in isolation by being vulnerable, learning to ask for help, how you find your tribe and gain success.
Black Therapist Podcast formerly Black In Therapy ‘s host Brooklyn Based psychotherapist Nikita Banks, LCSW discusses how to Crush those 2018 .. New Year New You?? Goals with the help of a therapist or coach to help get you started? Do you know which one you need? Let us help you figure it out.
Black in Therapy Podcast Is a podcast hosted by NYC Based Psychotherapist Nikita Banks, LCSW; in this show we interview author and psychotherapist Kim Knight on the need for safe spaces of clinicians of color, tips for marketing a private practice, and her new book relationship recipes.. https://www.amazon.com/Relationship-Recipes-Creating-Healthy-Relationships-ebook/dp/B075ZN8BMW
Psychotherapist Nikita Banks discusses her experience with financial abuse; how to protect yourself from financial abuse and working with her in her new Feelings and Finance workshop. Black Therapist Podcast formerly Black In Therapy: Season 2 Episode 5
You want to go into Private Practice Now What? My journey to LCSW from Employee to Private Practice and what I wish I would’ve done differently.
In this episode psychotherapist Nikita Banks, LCSW discusses the most recent incidents of violence in this country and we discuss the effects vicarious trauma and how to avoid it. Vicarious trauma is caused by repeated exposure to violent events, it is thought to only be experienced by caregivers but Ms Banks provides a unique perspective …
Black in Therapy Podcast Is a podcast hosted by NYC/Brooklyn Based Psychotherapist Nikita Banks, LCSW -In this Episode Ms Banks discusses the death of her father; individualized grieving and how to heal after the passing of a parent or a loved one.
Psychotherapist Nikita Banks decompresses after watching the number one movie in the country “Get Out” The themes of Racism, Microagression, and how to navigate a white world in brown bodies. And why the reality of living in a world where this is possible makes this the scariest of all scary movies.
How did I become a licensed clinical social work therapist is one of my top asked questions. Along with how long it took me. In this episode, Black Therapist Podcast host answers that question. In this episode I discuss the route it took me, why I became a licensed therapist and yes how long it …