Today, we’re talking to Jennifer Sterling, Registered Dance/Movement Psychotherapist and Holistic Nutritionist.
She is also the Creator of Bodyful Healing, a wellness platform that offers body-based, holistic support to Black women living with depression.
In 2019, Jennifer’s book Dear Strong Black Woman: Letters of Nourishment and Reflection from One Strong Black Woman to Another was published. Dear Strong Black Woman is a collection of 31 letters of nourishment and connection from one strong Black woman to another.
In this episode, we talk about…
- The importance of safe spaces for Black women living with depression.
- Breaking down the myth of the strong Black woman.
- Learning about dance/movement psychotherapy.
- How nutrition and mental health are interconnected.
Mentioned In This Episode:
- Jennifer’s book, Dear Strong Black Woman
- Jennifer’s Website: bodyfulhealing.com
- Follow Bodyful Healing on Instagram: @bodyfulhealing
- Like Bodyful Healing on Facebook
- Follow Bodyful Healing on Twitter: @bodyfulhealing
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Les is the founder of Balanced Black Girl and the host of the Balanced Black Girl Podcast. She’s a Certified Personal Trainer, Nutrition Coach, and natural beauty junkie who loves 90’s R&B, trying new skincare products, and creating recipes in the Instant Pot. She created Balanced Black Girl to provide content and experiences empowering women of color to live well.