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WJR radio in Detroit speaks with Dr. Taaka Cash about the recent suicide of an 11-year-old boy after being pranked by classmates. Click below to listen to her interview.
Dr. Taaka Cash discusses the real fear of losing your smartphone! LIVE on WSVA News Talk Radio. Watch the intriguing interview below!
ESPN Interviews Dr. Taaka M. Cash on Childhood Bullying and Health, a rising concern among parents and educators. Dr. Cash reveals the recent links found between bullying and our children’s health. Click below to watch!
Dr. Cash recently visited K104 in Dallas to talk about suicide awareness! Listen to this powerful message and SHARE! Dead voices can’t be heard. Dead voices can’t be heard. Suicide comes in to steal, kill and destroy. It steals your memories. It kills your loved ones. It destroys your futures. Forever leaving an impact. […]
I grew up in the Mississippi Delta Region, which is one of the most poverty stricken areas in the country. I know firsthand how living in poverty can feel and how it affects a person’s state of mind. Poverty is an illness and while many people do not want to be poor, they do […]
I was extremely excited, not to mention honored when Dr. Cash invited me to be a guest contributor on PrivyOasis.com. The universe has a way of responding to the verbal and mental messages that you send out, which is exactly the case in this instance! Two days prior to being contacted by Dr. Cash, a […]
Over the last century, women have made great strides in gaining equality, being acknowledged for their contributions in the areas of human and women’s rights, political and economic developments as well as civic endeavors such as the prevention of domestic violence against women, child health initiatives all while transforming their respective communities. Women have been […]
“Words can really hurt you when you internalize what you see written about you online”, I said to one of my fellow Mental health peers this past week. I am a Mental Health Advocate that lives with Bipolar Disorder and I share my journey online with my social media followers. Kehlani. When Singer Kehlani attempted […]
My Disability Made Me Violate Company Policy! Why Failing to Seek Professional Help for Mental Health Issues Could Cost You Your Job.
By Alia Derrick, Managing Attorney and Certified Mediator at Derrick Law Federal law prohibits employment discrimination (e.g., adverse actions such as termination, discipline, demotion, etc.) against qualified individuals with disabilities. The laws include the Americans with Disabilities Act, Section 501 of the Rehabilitation Act, and the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act of 2008 (collectively […]
Recent articles have touted steadily declining teen birth rates across the nation over the last few decades, but the North Texas Alliance to Reduce Teen Pregnancy (NTARuPT) has been diligently working to drive these rates down in the DFW metro. As part of their efforts, NTARuPT is planning for their big day on April 30th […]
Get ready! A brand new video series with Dr. Cash is coming soon! We all could use some motivation, inspiration, vision, and encouragement and that’s exactly what you are going to get. Here are the topics you can expect to hear about in this series: Faith Family Friends Finances Communication Personality Sex Strength Leadership Follow […]
We are so excited to announce the opening of our newest Privy Oasis location in Dallas, Texas! Our heart is to reach as many people as we can, sharing the message that there is hope! Come see us, and begin your journey into change. Lancaster (covering south Dallas) located inside medical center attached to Crescent […]
Read the beginning of Megan’s story here: http://privyoasis.com/blog/privy-spotlight-sonias-journey/ UPDATE: Megan was diagnosed at age 8 with Asperger’s syndrome, Dyspraxia and ADD. It was just this past year that she started wearing a hearing aid to help with her hearing loss. After several years of Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Speech Therapy, Counseling and Hill School of […]
ASK DR. CASH: I don’t have a lot of money, but I’d like to do something to make the world a better place. What can I do on the cheap?
That’s an excellent question and you may be surprised to hear that there is something you can easily contribute, and it’s totally FREE! Random Acts of Kindness—they have more power than negativity and they can spread joy like wildfire. When you open your heart and reach out to bless others, many times the recipient (and […]