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E167: Love Yourself Enough To Live A Healthy Life With LaTanya Tolan

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I have always admired social workers, therapists,and clinicians. This is because their work is a practice-service profession which promotes social change, mental health,development, cohesion,and the empowerment of families,people and communities. It is obvious that the provision of these services wi
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I have always admired social workers, therapists,and clinicians. This is because their work is a practice-service profession which promotes social change, mental health,development, cohesion,and the empowerment of families,people and communities. It is obvious that the provision of these services withing the family system and in the society more than ever before has become extremely important during this era of change and beyond.On today's show,LaTanya Tolan who is a licensed Clinician,speaker,coach,consultant and the CEO/founder of Soul Care For Black clinicians will be sharing her social work portfolio, professional services and on attaining mental health and wellness. LaTayan has got over two decades of social work experience,on clinical services,and on handling mental health issues. Sit back and listen up. Welcome to Life well lived by Omobola Stephen.
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