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How to Find a Therapist with Cheryl Chisholm, Part 2

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How to Find a Therapist with Cheryl Chisholm, Part 2

“Going into therapy does not mean you are crazy or weak. It means your personal growth is important to you.” - Cheryl Chisholm

Listen to Cheryl’s Advice on “First Wednesday: Conversations with Byllye and Ngina,” on Wednesday, September 1 at 2 p.m. EST

Byllye and Ngina return to the airwaves in September with part two of “How to Find a Therapist,” with Cheryl Chisholm. In part one, Cheryl, a licensed therapist, shared expert advice on how to find the right therapist by answering such questions as, “How can I find a good counselor or therapist?” “How do I know if my therapist is competent?” and “What happens in therapy?

On Wednesday, September 1, 2010, Cheryl will continue to share her insight on an important issue seldom discussed among Black women, seeking professional help to support our emotional and mental well being.

She will take your questions live on the radio or via e-mail. Call 646-381-4662 with your questions beginning at 2 p.m. EST or submit them prior to the show at asktheexpert@blackwomenshealth.org.

We know that you have questions. We invite you to ask them or share your experiences. We accept anonymous callers. Make your call on Wednesday, September 1 or send us your questions today.

Byllye and Ngina want to help you get the answers you need to live well.