EP63: Morris Wynn
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EP63: Morris Wynn

From a young age, Morris Wynn knew that he wanted to help people. Growing up, there were times that he felt that he didn’t have someone to turn to. These times propelled him to become that someone for others. The therapist talks to Brandy about addiction’s connection to mental health, the importance of self-care, and the most prevalent mental health issues Wynn has seen in the black community over the years. Even after realizing his dream of helping others, earning two degrees, and becoming a licensed therapist, he remains his own toughest critic. Continuing to set an example for his children, he worked to develop his own private practice. From hurt people hurting people, to self-esteem issues, to social media’s effect on children and adults alike, the two cover a lot of ground showing how the topic of mental health branches out into countless areas of life.

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