Black Mental Health Podcast on Jamit

109: Ancestral Healing is Intergenerational

Black Mental Health Podcast

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Episode Notes

On today’s episode Amobiye Fatola SLC; M.S.Ed, LPC, CCTP makes an appearance to discuss:


- Being A Spiritual Healing Facilitator 

- The Westernization of Healing 

- Understanding the Ayahuasca Experience 

- How Trauma is in Our DNA 

- Subconscious vs Conscious Mind in the Human Experience 

- How Trauma Isolates Individuals 

- Healing Vs Recovery 

- Plus More!

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Instagram: @amobiyefatola ; @M.A.P.P.E.D 
Facebook: @amobiyefatola 
LinkedIn: Amobiye Nkromah 


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