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Jan. 31, 2022

Episode 41 | Pit Not the Palace


We are back for Season 3! For the 41st Episode of The Reverb Experiment Podcast we are joined by Shanice and Chenee both co-owners of the non profit origination SAC Connect.  During a very candid and informative interview, we discuss everything from the supposed mental health crisis, substance abuse amongst our youth,  and learning how to unpack and handle your emotions.  Staying on topic with mental health, for our newest segment of the show "Violence or Silence" we react to video collage of Antonio Brown discussing his mental health and how it has related to his antics as of lately. We concluded this episode with The Internet Wins Again and talk about Nick Cannon's recent comments about not being comfortable with brining sex toys into the bedroom.

For more information on our special guest SAC Connect check out the links listed below.
SAC Connect Website - https://www.thesacconnect.org/

*TIME STAMPS*     

  • (5:19) -  Introducing Special Guest Shanice & Chenee from SAC Connect 
  • (10:12) -  How has the pandemic altered the mental health landscape?
  • (21:04) -  How can we better help and support our youth during difficult times? 
  •  (34:41) - What are some unique challenges that young black people have to deal with on a daily basis? What programs do you offer to help? 
  • (50:34) -   What are three stigmas or misconceptions you would like to debunk in regards to mental health?
  • (74:14) -   How can we find you? And what events do you have coming up?
  • (79:34) -  Black Girl Magic

Violence or Silence (81:58) - Antonio Brown Reaction

Internet Wins Again  (112:58)   Nick Cannon & Sex Toys

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SAC Connect

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

SAC Connect uses a cultural responsive lens in treatment and program delivery. We appreciate individual differences and approach clients with an understanding of and respect for the client's needs and cultural values. SAC Connect staff and affiliates are open-minded and recognize that there are multiple ways of viewing the world. SAC Connect considers how values, worldview, upbringing, and lived experience impacts the individual.

Shanece and Chenee are Licensed Clinical Social Workers (LCSW) with extensive experience in child welfare, individual and group therapy, crisis intervention, psychiatric response, training/workshops, culturally responsive therapeutic treatment, case management, and community outreach. Shanece and Chenee developed SAC Connect in 2018 to address the unmet needs of youth, young adults, and families in the African American Community specifically focusing on access to mental health and wellness services and interventions specific to this community.