In Conversation with Amanda Iheme
TW: This conversation contains references to rape, sexual violence and abuse.
On this episode, I have a conversation with Amanda Iheme, a psychotherapist based in Lagos. Through her psychotherapist practice NDIDI, Amanda works with clients suffering from depression, anxiety, stress, post-traumatic stress disorder and existential crises. In this conversation, we discuss mental health stigma in Nigeria, the ways in which Nigerians understand mental health and seek help, and how our collective understanding of mental health is evolving.
To find out more about Amanda’s practice NDIDI, go to their website www.ndidi.me.
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