DiscoverTherapy for Black GirlsSession 138: Being Introverted Vs. Social Anxiety
Session 138: Being Introverted Vs. Social Anxiety

Session 138: Being Introverted Vs. Social Anxiety

Update: 2020-01-157
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The Therapy for Black Girls Podcast is a weekly conversation with Dr. Joy Harden Bradford, a Licensed Psychologist in Atlanta, Georgia, about all things mental health, personal development, and all the small decisions we can make to become the best possible version of ourselves.

Today, Janaya Sadler, LCSW joins us to chat about the distinct differences between someone who is introverted vs someone struggling with social anxiety. Janaya and I chatted about the differences between being introverted and social anxiety, how you might know if you’re introverted, how social anxiety impacts people’s lives and what kinds of treatments are used to help those who struggle with social anxiety.

 

Resources Mentioned

Visit our Amazon Store for all the books mentioned on the podcast!

Susan Cain Ted Talk

The Quiet Revolution

 

Where to Find Janaya

http://www.urbanhealingcounseling.com/

http://www.janayasadlerlcsw.com/

https://www.introvertedgirlfriends.com/

Instagram: @janayasadlerlcsw

Facebook: @janayasadlerlcsw

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Session 138: Being Introverted Vs. Social Anxiety

Session 138: Being Introverted Vs. Social Anxiety

Joy Harden Bradford, Ph.D.