Black fathers matter.
Though they are consistently portrayed by the mainstream media as absent, reports and statistics show that the majority of Black fathers are present, active and highly engaged in their children’s lives.
Today’s episode features Dr. Danielle Frazier and Tessie Amos, two clinical therapists who highlight the value Black fathers bring to their daughters’ lives.
We discuss the myths and realties of Black fatherhood and offer tips for healthy co-parenting and increased engagement.
Mention of death, some profanity.
Danielle M. Frazier, PhD, LPC, NCC
Licensed Professional Counselor
CCC Counseling Services LLC
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Bio: A devoted mentor and coach, Danielle has dedicated more than 25 years inspiring hundreds of teens and adults to make choices that positively impact their lives and help them reach their full potential. Danielle teaches through the lens of prevention and hope – showing people how to avoid some of life’s pitfalls while offering hope to those who are burdened by past mistakes. Using her skills as a motivational speaker, Danielle combines biblical principles, practical wisdom, and personal experience to help people improve their decision-making, direction, and ability to overcome life’s challenges.
Danielle holds a Doctor of Philosophy in Advanced Studies in Human Behavior from Capella University and a Master of Arts Degree in Counseling from Covenant Theological Seminary. Danielle is a licensed professional counselor in the state of Missouri. She is a nationally certified counselor and works in private practice. She is also a senior content development specialist at a global publishing company. Danielle speaks to groups at churches, ministries, schools, group homes, and other community organizations.
Tessie Amos III, PLPC, NCC
Making All Things New Counseling LLC
Facebook: @PoetQue Amos
Mr. Amos has more than 20 years of professional experience working with troubled and traumatized youth. Mr. Amos has professional experiences in family/social service agencies, detention settings, and residential settings. He strongly believes that healing comes from within and is aided by clinical and holistic approaches.
Mr. Amos obtained his master’s degree in Counseling and baccalaureate degree in Criminal Justice.
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