Dr. Cerrissa Hugie

Guest Co-Host

Dr. Cerrissa Hugie is a doctor of nursing practice and psychiatric-mental health nurse practitioner. She is a trauma expert, speaker, educator, organizational consultant, and mental health advocate with a wealth of knowledge and experience in diagnosing and treating
a wide variety of mental health and psychiatric conditions in patients of all ages. She is passionate about trauma-informed care, emotional wellness, reducing mental health disparities, and creating a culture of mental health awareness and sensitivity. She
works diligently to help bridge the gap between organizations and mental health.

She is also the founder and CEO of MyNDSpace Mental Health Education & Consulting, LLC. Using her professional training and experiences, she advocates for a holistic
biopsychosocial approach to mental health with the understanding that mental/emotional wellness is a lifelong journey. She believes that collaboration with community organizations is essential to improving mental health outcomes.
MyNDSpace Mental Health Education & Consulting, LLC provides mental health education and consulting engagement opportunities for government
agencies, corporations, universities, K-12 schools, community-based programs, faith communities, non-profit organizations, and mental health professionals.

Racial Reconciliation and Post-Traumatic Growth

July 27, 2021

Tyra is joined by Dr. Cerrissa Hugie and Pastor Tracy Hugie to discuss how do I authentically love ethnicities after dealing with systemic racial trauma, strate

Traumas Impact on Physical Health

July 20, 2021

Tyra is joined by Health and Wellness Coach Anita Norman, Dr. Cerrissa Hugie and Pastor Tracy Hugie. We will discuss the biological effects of race based traum

Childhood Trauma

July 13, 2021

Tyra is joined by Dr. Cerrissa Hugie, Pastor Tracy Hugie and Forensic Interviewer (Children) Aaliyah Simon to discuss Childhood Trauma and how it relates to the

Understanding the Dynamics of Race Based Trauma

July 6, 2021

Tyra is joined by Dr. Cerrissa Hugie and Pastor Tracy Hugie to discuss the dynamics of Race Based Trauma. We will discuss the unique struggles that underreprese