I have been looking at ways to use technology and innovative devices to bring valuable resources to those dealing with mental illness.
Dr. Fumi Stephanie Hancock, an African Princess living in Diaspora, a Psychiatric Mental Health Doctor of Nurse Practice (DNP) is a 30-year Social Work and Psychiatry veteran. Popularly known as Your Compassionate Trauma Care™ Expert and a Life Rehab™ Ambassador by her patients and online global community, this 14x Bestselling Author brings health and wealth to her audience by tackling discussions around mental health such as depression, anxiety, suicide ideations, poor self-image, and other mental health disorders. Her doctorate dissertation, using mobile application as an adjunct in treating patients with anorexia nervosa earned her an invitation to speak at the Sigma Theta Tau International Convention. Being one of the Johnson & Johnson Nurse Innovation Fellows will enable her connect more, with leaders in the Nursing field and provide opportunity to explore similar projects, using rural America and Africa as backdrops.
Dr. Hancock is the first African American to speak at TEDx TALK Al Anjal National Schools platform in Saudi Arabia and the first woman recipient of the Nollywood African Films (NAFCA) “African Oscar” in Hollywood, California (a literary arts award). With her love for the literary arts and behavioral health sciences, she has managed to strike a balance between the two, through her Online TV /Podcast shows, documentaries, books, and her mental health-wellness presentations. To date, she has written over 24 books. Her book, Wake Up Girl, You Are Worthy has been received by organizations, ministries, and colleges, in Africa, USA, Pakistan and other countries as a success strategy tool.