WorthyTherapy explores the intersection of mental health and identity in the Black, Queer, and athletic communities. Dr. Keoshia Worthy, a practicing Licensed Psychologist, adjunct professor, and former college athlete, uses her humaneness to relate to the listeners by targeting an audience she identifies with. She discusses essential topics (e.g., intergenerational trauma, performance anxiety, sexuality) and provides strategies to improve mental wellness. Therapy resources:https://therapyforblackgirls.com (Black providers)https://www.psychologytoday.com/us (for all)https://nqttcn.com/en/ (for Queer and Trans)


November 22, 2022 13 min

Dr. Worthy uses storytelling to define, normalize, and offer tips to help alleviate somatization (physical complaints better explained by psychological distress). She will focus on the history of somatization in the Black and Brown communities. 

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In the final episode of intergenerational trauma, Dr. Worthy will guide you through ways to break the generational curse. As the Sturgis’ story ends, you will learn how to approach tense topics with family, the role and function of the family system, and the power of storytelling. 

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September 16, 2022 13 min

In this week's episode, Dr. Worthy looks at how parents' unresolved trauma negatively impacts their adult children's interpersonal functioning. She uses storytelling to highlight insecure attachment styles, defines secure attachment, and provides strategies to improve interpersonal functioning and unlearn maladaptive patterns. 

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September 2, 2022 9 min

Dr. Worthy uses storytelling to define, explore, and normalize intergenerational trauma. She discusses what it looks like, and how it affects the nuclear family system (including couple hood, parenting, and developmental needs for children), and offers strategies to heal from unresolved pain within the family system. This is a three-part series and each part will follow the Sturgis family, a fictional family that was created for ed...

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August 23, 2022 2 min

Dr. Keoshia Worthy shares about her own identities and why creating a podcast is important to her. 

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