Black Sex Therapist: A thought...
#blackpower #communication #Inamorata #blacksexeducation #blackrelationships #culturalhumility
Therapist Reflection Regarding Lee Daniels Not Embracing Racism
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 from Huffington Post’s Black Voices, an overview of Lee Daniels’s appearance on the talk show, The Real, highlights a profound perspective by the black producer and director. The highlight is that Mr. Daniels pro
My Interview on Black Sexuality
Recently, I was interviewed by Dr. Tamara Griffin with Our Sexuality! Magazine. Here is an excerpt from the article speaking on my view points on our current sexuality field. You can read the article in its entirety here. 1. Who is Ruby Bouie Johnson? This is such an existential question. As a mental health practitioner, I find myself non-judgmental, open, and nurturing. This is intentional and purposeful. My belief is that if your client has a feeling and expectancy of safet
Healing Conversations On Racism
Healing Conversations About Racism It’s 12:39 a.m. and I was awaken by a disturbing dream. I recognize that there are possible post-traumatic stress symptoms from my experience with the protest July 8, 2016 in Dallas, Texas. The protest was in honor for change and healing as the result of the murders of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile (and many others). Intellectually, I recognize that there is emotional and mental healing needed. As a therapist, I attend trainings to ass