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Radio Interviews

Journalist Marverine Cole explores why some black women in the UK are more prone to anxiety and depression.

Research suggests that women of African-Caribbean heritage living in the UK are more likely to sufferfrom anxiety, depression, panic attacks and OCDs than white women. A recent study by academics at Cambridge University also revealed a disturbing rise in the rates of self-harm among black women aged 16-34. Click to listen here

Listen to an interview with Dr Erica McInnis about her journey so far as an African centred Clinical Psychologist. Records chosen were: * ‘Work’ (Kelly Rowland), * ‘Many rivers to cross’ (Jimmy Cliff), * ‘Optimistic’ (Sounds of blackness)’, * ‘Ain’t no stopping us now

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Radio interview about Adinkra Cards with Devon Daley from BBC Sounds. 

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July 2020. Podcast interview about Equality & Diversity / Mental Health in the Community. 

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An African-Centred Approach to Mental Health. 09/11/2020. Yvette chats to Dr Erica McInnis about what an African-centred approach to mental health care is, who is doing it, and how the NHS can improve its services. 

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Video Presentations & Interviews

11/10/2020 Buddhists Accross Traditions, Healing Ourselves. For Black History Month-UK This event linked racial healing and social justice to everyday living and remind us that we all come from Afrika – origins of human evolution.  

Click to watch  – Skip to 51 minutes for my interview