May 17, 2017
Ruby B Johnson LCSW, LCDC
Originally published in the Huffington Post
Guest Contributor Chase J. Johnson
As a Black American therapist who serves clients that practice polyamory, and as someone who practices polyamory myself, I looked forward to the publication of the NY Times article, “Is an ope...
December 14, 2016
Article originally posted in Huffington Post by Ruby B Johnson
Colloquially, when someone receives the “side eye,” there has been a suspect action. Suspect is defined as questionable and the action can be verbal, mental, emotional, and behavioral. In a recent article fr...
Healing Conversations On Racism
July 29, 2016
Did I tell you I am writing a workbook?
March 22, 2016
My Interview on Black Sexuality
What the New York Times Neglected to See
Black Sex Therapist: A thought...
December 25, 2016
Therapist Reflection Regarding Lee Daniels Not Embracing Racism
"I want a little sugar in my bowl."
November 8, 2016
Ruby Johnson's Interview on Trauma and Sexuality
October 12, 2016
Infidelity and the Machiavellian: A Therapist's Tale
October 10, 2016
Black Sex Therapist: Re-Imagining the Personal is Political
September 22, 2016
Therapist Reflection: Polyamory and Practice
August 19, 2016
May 2017 (1)
December 2016 (2)
November 2016 (1)
October 2016 (2)
September 2016 (1)
August 2016 (1)
July 2016 (3)
June 2016 (1)
April 2016 (2)
March 2016 (2)
February 2016 (4)
Certified Dare To Lead Facilitator
The Activist's Therapist