Season 1 Final Episode: Thank you! Listen Now!
Feb. 28, 2022

Mental Health: It's Time to Talk

Mental Health: It's Time to Talk

The Four Souls Flo co-hosts welcome you to this special episode focused on mental health. In the past few weeks, we have lost the lives of four young, smart, talented, and beautiful souls to suicide. We felt the urgency to use this platform to put a...


The Four Souls Flo co-hosts welcome you to this special episode focused on mental health. In the past few weeks, we have lost the lives of four young, smart, talented, and beautiful souls to suicide. We felt the urgency to use this platform to put a spotlight on mental health. The co-hosts are joined by a licensed professional counselor, Jasmin McCloud. Link to bio at www.foursoulsflo.com
The following episode is intended for conversational and educational purposes only and is not intended to treat or diagnose mental illness.

Trigger Warning: This episode contains discussions of suicide and other mental health concerns that some may find triggering. Listener discretion is advised.
If you or someone you know needs mental health support, please consult a mental health professional.

Key Topics & Chapter Markers

1:27     Co-hosts discuss their reactions to the recent suicides of Ian Alexander, Cheslie Kryst, Moses Moseley and Kevin Ward.

7:20    Introduction of our guest speaker. Jasmin McCloud, MA, LPC

10:45   Description of mental health and Q&A

17:14   Correlation between stress and mental health

23:47   Speaker related how to access mental health services  

38:50   How to encourage loved ones to seek help

45:23   The importance of self-care

 

Mental Health Resources

  • Text “Hello” to 741741
  • Text “Help” to 741741

 

 

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Allison, Kim, Susan and Toshamalla 

Transcript

 

 

Jasmin McCloud, MA, LPC Profile Photo

Jasmin McCloud, MA, LPC

School Counselor and Licensed Therapist

Jasmin is a Licensed Professional Counselor. She specializes in working with children, teens and families in issues related to parenting support, child development, depression, anxiety as well as stress and anger management. She is currently working as a licensed therapist and school counselor while residing in Los Angeles, California.

Jasmin obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Spelman College in Atlanta, GA as well as a Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Fairleigh Dickinson University in Madison, NJ.

Jasmin has been providing therapy support to children, adolescents and adults for over 10 years in various settings including schools, community mental health agencies and, in some cases, in client’s homes. In addition to her direct clinical work, Jasmin is a public speaker and workshop presenter. She has worked in various school districts presenting to school communities on topics related to mental and emotional wellness, conflict resolution, substance use and stress management. Jasmin has also presented at national conferences on the topic of mentorship in the workplace for people of color.

At the core of Jasmin’s work is love and a deep sense of belonging. She believes that if people feel loved and are connected to a supportive community, they are able to thrive as individuals and access their highest good.