Eggshells, Racism, and Mental Health, hosted by Sheila Robinson-Kiss, Msw, Lcsw, is an educational series, facilitated in safe space, focused on exploring conversations that people often turn away from. A diverse collective of men and women, from all walks of life share divergent and unique perspectives on a variety issues related to racism and mental health. Ultimately, these illuminating conversation reveal the necessity for risking discomfort and creating space to share, learn, and grow.
In this video interview Tina Clements, Fortune 500 Executive, gets real about the angst and resentment she is experiencing in response to the unspoken mandate to ‘prove’ respect and love for Black People, that has always been an authentic part of journey and value system. The fear, anger, reality, and affinity ushered in by the mounting racial tension, confusion about what comes next, and perpetual eggshells dance we are all dealing with, are freely.
About Sheila Robinson-Kiss, Msw, Lcsw www.rab.solutions
An award-winning orator, MSNBC featured mental health expert, and the author of five books, Sheila Robinson-Kiss, is a social entrepreneur focused on advancing health and wellness initiatives on a grass roots, national, and global scale. She is the founder and CEO of the Rebalancing America and Beyond Initiative.-focused on providing high quality information about emotional health and well-being. As a result of her commitment and success as a licensed health and wellness practitioner, innovator, programming consultant and transformational retreat leader, she was named a Citrin Cooperman Woman at Wheel in 2019 and Leading Woman Entrepreneur for the State of New Jersey in 2017. Mrs. Robinson-Kiss is a featured life transformation expert on the Youtube, platform. She was honored at the Clinton Presidential Center in Arkansas with a World Woman Summit Keynote in 2017. As a consultant and program development expert with over 20 years of experience, through the use of modern resources, she has launched live and online, platform training programs that have reached over 600,000 individuals.