Jazzmine Olivia enters her 30s in the process of healing as a black woman. Follow her on her journey as she heals from trauma, explores relationships and self, and comes into her newfound strength as an advocate, entrepreneur, and educator.
Jazzmine Olivia is a equity coordinator, health educator, and Doula. She is the daughter of an immigrant mother, raised as a middle child in an urban/suburban environment. As a practicing birth and fertility doula, Olivia thrives in her passion to support womxn of color and diverse backgrounds. Follow her @JaiOliveWellness on all social media platforms.
Host Jazzmine Olivia goes over what it means to talk with your loved ones about your trauma experience. We go over the challenges, what she has learned and the ways you can start that conversation. *Intro is under construction*
Host Jazzmine Olivia gives insight into a song that resonates with her healing journey, "Heavy" by Kiana Lede feat. Jennifer Lewis.
*I do not own this music or the rights.
Host Jazzmine Olivia shares the trouble that comes with starting your healing journey - your barriers. The reasons preventing us from making the choice to schedule that counseling appointment, being unwilling to share with folks closest to us that we are struggling, and the constant reminders that we don't have time to put in the work. Learn how to understand these barriers and address them little by little.
Host, Jazzmine Olivia, shares how she knew it was time to start her healing journey. Learn how to honor your body and start the process of using resources, such as counseling to start unpacking what it means to heal.