The All About The Sisters Podcast
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Today, I’m chatting with Rev. Kyndra Frazier.
She is a licensed clinician in the state of New York, and the Founder and CEO of KYND (Knowing Yourself In Need of Devotion) Consulting, Inc.
KYND offers trauma-informed care through a variety of services from clinical therapy for individuals, families, and couples to a 7-week trauma-informed training for ecclesial communities and corporate entities.
Rev Frazier is known for her work in removing barriers to mental health access for communities of color. She has been featured in multiple print and digital publications including Vice Magazine, New York Times, and Sojourners Magazine.
In this episode, we talk about the courage to be your authentic self. As a queer leader, we chat about Christian fundamentalism, the challenging work of love, and the intersection of mental health in individuals who fear being their authentic selves.
Episode Highlights with Rev. Kyndra Frazier
- LGBTQ community
- Christian fundamentalism
- Coming out and the impact on mental health
- What Love means
- Being your authentic self
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