A social psychologist, author, activist, and public speaker, who advocates mental health services for the underserved.
Peace and Blessings,
Thank you for allowing me the pleasure of introducing myself. I am excited to say that I’ve been employed and actively involved in the social service sector for over ten years. As a 17 year old teen mom, I set my intentions to reach the highest pinnacle of education and dedicate my life to service. So far, I’ve done just that. My commitment has taken me beyond what I could ever imagine, including, taking on numerous leadership roles. I am sharing to express how grateful I am to the universe and how proud I am to have the ability to give back to the world beyond the limitations I’ve set for myself.
I hold a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, am a Scholar, and Author who has dedicated my life to defying statistics in order to serve as an inspiration to those in underserved, and unspoken for communities.
I’ve learned a lot of lessons and at times it was not easy, but it was all within reason and preparation for my next steps. I am hopeful that my next shift exceeds even that. I’m also grateful to everyone who has encouraged me along the way. Even when I did not see me, they saw me. Thank you for being the mirror to my soul! Just wanted to openly express gratitude, appreciation and the joy within my heart. I look forward to you, now, or in time and space, being able to do the same! Thank you for visiting my site, I look forward providing you with the services you seek.
Dr, Niama T. Malachi
A Hip Hop State of Mind; gives readers an in depth look at the honest nature of the Hip Hop culture, while illuminating ways that Hip Hop can be used as a catalyst for positive social change.
Dr. Niama has been a pillar in our community. She has inspired the lives of inner city children and has spoken true words of wisdom to uplift and encourage the broken hearted.Coletta Franciscus
I’m an activist
Dr. Niama Malachi is an activist, mother, and a human rights advocate.
I’m an authorDr. Malachi ingeniously employed social psychological theory to evaluate the state of Hip Hop
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