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NDIDI, The Psychiatrist ft. Amanda Iheme 🇳🇬

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Episode Notes

Dealing with inferiority complex, trauma, existential crisis, depression. In this episode, Amanda Iheme, a psychotherapist, and also an architectural photographer based in Lagos Nigeria, narrates the evolving dynamics of running a psychotherapy practice in Lagos. Finding a balance in the boisterous city life. And rediscovering her culture by exploring other forms of art or a new style of photography. Her soothing oration, poised with the steady cadence of her voice, wrapped with specificity, making imagination vivid and....

@n.d.i.d.i @amandaiheme (IG) I website: https://linktr.ee/ndidi_linktree


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