Working with Dr. Kahina has been a true delight and pleasure. Dr. Kahina facilitated several sessions for my interns at the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation (CBCF) that negated the negative stereotypes of mental health while highlighting the many benefits. Her engagement and vulnerability with the interns allowed them in return to be vulnerable and ask the tough questions. Dr. Kahina charisma, thoughtfulness and expertise has truly made a lasting impact.
Courtland L. James M.B.A., M.S. | Senior Program Coordinator, Leadership Institute
Dr. Kahina is talented in engaging her specific audience and delivering research-based knowledge in a palatable format. She is available to speak at informational sessions, staff/class trainings, workshops, summits, television shows, and news/radio or podcasts segments. She also regularly contributes to online publications to increase her reach beyond the local area.
Black Mental Health Awareness
Effective Coping Skills and Self-Care
Managing Anxiety and Depression
Navigating Stigma Against Therapy & Mental Health
YOUR AUDIENCE WILL WALK AWAY WITH:
The same way I provide evidence-based methods in therapy and assessment, I present the facts. My presentations are based on current research, leaving attendees with accurate information to better navigate their particular experiences.
While the focus of my presentations can be specific, my overarching goal is to enhance attendee’s global understanding of themselves, their clients, or their world. My speaking naturally provides opportunities for attendees to reflect, question, and apply.
By far, my favorite aspect of speaking is making the crowd laugh and feel at ease. I use humor and vulnerability throughout presentations, in a way that keeps attendees feeling engaged, present, and safe.
As a mental health professional, I have a clear purpose in helping my audience to leave feeling better than they arrived. Through active exercises, like meditation, relaxation, group discussions, and live Q&A, attendees are able to be active participants not only in their learning, but in their individual healing journeys.
"Dr. Kahina, a licensed clinical Psychologist, spoke to our leadership academy about mental health and wellness. She shared and gave common sense tools for coping with stress. She explained to our mentees' parents the signs to look for in adolescent depression and PTSD. Dr. Kahina also gave our mentees techniques to handle the stresses caused by the use of social media. The members of the 100 Black Men of Greater Fort Lauderdale want to thank Dr. Kahina for her thoughtful and thorough presentation and for imparting her expertise on our leadership academy. THANK YOU!!"
Quentin Morgan, Esq, President | 100 Black Men of Greater Fort Lauderdale