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It’s time to switch it up…LITERALLY! The ladies of Imani State of Mind are going inside the mind of a person living  Dissociative Identity disorder… or best known as Multiple personalities disorder.  We would love to hear from you! Please email us at with all your questions and comments!
The ladies of Imani State of Mind are going inside the mind of a schizophrenic to reveal what it really means to be diagnosed with Schizophrenia.
Celebrities like Kanye West, Catherine Zeta Jones and Maraih Carey have come to say they are living with the medical condition known as Bipolar disorder. The ladies of Imani State of Mind are peeling back the many layers to this disorder and debunking the myths about living with Bipolar disorder. 
Psychopath and Sociopath are terms used to describe people in our everyday conversations, but are we using the terms correctly? Do you really know the difference between them? The ladies of Imani State are taking a  deeper look into the lives of a psycho and sociopath.
There is a lot of talk about narcissism these days, and yet there are persistently misconceptions about what it is, what it looks like, what causes it, and how it affects others. The ladies of Imani State of Mind are setting the record straight on what it really looks like to be a Narcissist.
Content warning: This episode contains discussions of suicide.Systematic racism, police brutality and generational trauma all play a huge role into the mental health of the Black Community. The ladies of Imani State of Mind are taking a deep dive into what it really means to be Black in America and the harsh realities  race plays on the Black community's mental health.Resources if you or someone you know maybe struggling with suicide: Suicide prevention life line 1800-273-TALKConnect with us at and Follow the show on Instagram at imanistateofmind      
Anxiety is among the most common mental health conditions. Over the first 58 days of the COVID-19 pandemic there were an estimated 3.4 million google searches related to anxiety in the United States.  The ladies  of Imani  State of Mind are shedding a light on the realities of living with anxiety. 
The REALities of Grief

The REALities of Grief


Grief…it’s the one thing we all will experience in our lifetime. The ladies of Imani State of Mind discuss the effects grief can have on your everyday life and how to live a healthy life while living with grief.  
One recent study found that 1 in 7 women may experience postpartum depression in the  year after giving birth. Co-host, Meg Scoop shares her journey with postpartum depression and the importance of moms’ mental health after giving birth.Let's keep the conversation going! Follow us @imanistateofmind on Instagram and Email us at Hello@Imanistateofmind.comLooking for more resources on postpartum depression? Check out
Like the 80s hip hop group, Whodini, once said…Friends. How many of us have them? The ladies of Imani State of Mind’s besties are joining the conversation to take a deeper look on what it takes to make a friendship last and what role friendships play in your mental state. 
Whether you are married, dating or engaged, relationships take work! The ladies of Imani State of mind are taking a deeper look into how your relationship with your spouse plays a role on your mind for better or for worse.
It’s time for a check in! What do you do when the news and the state of America make you feel hopeless and anxious?  With the overturning of Roe vs. Wade and the right to abortions in many states, the ladies of Imani State of Mind are breaking down the impact this ruling may have on your mental.
What does it even mean to have a healthy relationship with your parents?  How does your relationship with your parents play a role on who you are? The ladies of Imani State of Mind navigate this complex and at times difficult process of creating a REALationship with your parents.
REALationship with Self

REALationship with Self


Life is life-ing and it’s time for a check in!. The ladies of Imani State of Mind chat on what happens when your relationship with yourself requires more than just practicing self-care. 
Get into an Imani State of Mind with psychiatrist Dr. Imai Walker and Co host MegScoop Thomas. Every week the ladies are breaking down mental illness and mental health through pop culture, news and their own experiences. It’s time to normalize what getting your mind right really looks like.
Taking A Pause

Taking A Pause


Imani State Of Mind is taking a short break. While you wait for new episodes, send your mental health questions to and check out some of our past episodes (Protect Ya Neck about Wu Tang and my interview with Jemele Hill are two of my favorites.) More updates about the show will drop here and on my instagram: @doctor.imani.  
It’s been a full year since Dr. Imani and Kam Law started antidepressants, and they'll tell you the good, the weird, and the sweaty of it all. Plus, American Horror Story: Coven on this week's Pop Culture Diagnosis. Send your mental health questions to or call 424-235-0064‬. 
Dr. Imani and Kam Law go deep with writer and host of the podcast This Is Good For You Nichole Perkins (@tnwhiskeywoman). Nichole says talking to her mom about their shared anxiety and depression changed their relationship...for the better! Get Nichole's memoir, Sometimes I Trip On How Happy We Could Be, this fall. Content warning: This episode discusses suicidal thoughts. If you are having thoughts of suicide, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 (TALK) or visit 
Dr. Imani and Kam Law break down Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's interview with Oprah and debunk myths around suicide and toxic relationships. Plus, Pop Culture Diagnosis: Lovecraft Country. Send your mental health questions to or call 424-235-0064‬. Content warning: This episode contains discussion of suicide and suicidal thoughts. If you need help, please call the National Suicide Hotline 800-273-8255. 
Take Me As I Am

Take Me As I Am


Dr. Imani and Kam Law look back at how the GOAT Mary J. Blige has always been real and honest about her addiction and depression over the years, especially in her music. Plus, get ready to get your mental health questions answered on #GetYourMindRight. Send your mental health questions to or call 424-235-0064‬. Content warning: This episode discusses child abuse. 
Comments (3)

Kimberly Reese

Thank you for creating this show. I look forward to more.

Jul 14th


Have there been any long term studies on inherited generational trauma on whether and how mass cultural and historical traumas affect future generations? Specifically in relation to Indigenous Native Americans & African Americans. I'm very curious how these traumas from kidnapping / removal from homelands to massacres affect these populations then & now. I do believe there is a correlation.

Jul 10th

Alanna Blau

Congrats on your launch! I loved your first episode and can't wait for more 💯💯

Jun 29th
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