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Wed, Feb 09



Healing from Relationship Trauma and Cultivating Self-Love

Join us in this inspiring and powerful discussion addressing relationship trauma and how to start a path toward self-love.

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Healing from Relationship Trauma and Cultivating Self-Love
Healing from Relationship Trauma and Cultivating Self-Love

Time & Location

Feb 09, 2022, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM EST



About the Event

Feb. 13th is now known as National Self-Love Day. In honor of Black History Month and Self Love Day, InnoPsych has brought experts to discuss a topic not often discussed in Black communities, domestic violence. During this talk, we will discuss signs and symptoms of unhealthy relationships and how to start (or continue) a journey of self love.

Speaker Bios:

Charmain F. Jackman, PhD, is a Harvard-trained licensed Psychologist with 23+ years in the mental health field. She is the founder and CEO of InnoPsych, Inc., an organization on a mission to disrupt racial inequities in mental health. She also consults with organizations on topics including mental health, and racial trauma, employee wellbeing. She has won several awards for her impactful work including the 2021 American Psychological Association’s Citizen Psychologist Award and City of Boston’s 2021 Innovator of The Year award. Dr. Jackman has been featured on national media outlets such as the New York Times, NPR, PBS, and the Boston Globe.

Shavonne J. Moore-Lobban, PhD, ABPP, earned her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from Purdue University. She is a board-certified counseling psychologist who focuses her career on providing high quality services to marginalized populations, and training future psychologists to do the same. Dr. Moore-Lobban has clinical expertise in trauma (sexual trauma, domestic violence, racial trauma, and community violence) and in providing services to marginalized communities. She has developed curriculum on sexual and interpersonal assaults, has been called to participate in state’s government efforts to reduce the demand of sexual exploitation, and was asked to provide support services to victims of the Boston Marathon Bombing federal court proceedings. She has co-authored multiple publications, lead numerous presentations and workshops, and currently has two books that are in press to be published in Spring 2022.

Aneesha Perkins, MA, LPC, is a licensed professional counselor and fourth-year Clinical Psychology doctoral candidate at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology (TCSPP). She obtained her Master of Arts degree in Counseling Psychology from Trinity Christian College and a Master’s in Clinical Psychology degree from TCSPP in Washington, D.C. Aneesha is a content creator at Innopsych and the creator of That Water Love, an IG account that offers faith-based encouragement to women. Overall, she is a writer, speaker, and presenter who enjoys helping women find wholeness and holistic healing. She also enjoys teaching children about emotional wellness. Her clinical interests include self-care, self-love, stress-reduction techniques, generational patterns, and trauma.

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