"To be seen, to be heard, and to be understood." - Dr. Joy Harden Bradford
Black, Indigenous, People of Colour
Mental health challenges do not discriminate - they can affect anyone. You may have certain beliefs about mental health that may make it hard for you to share your concerns with family and friends, or make you hesitant to seek outside help. And when you do, you want to talk with someone who gets where you're coming from.
Therapy for people of colour is sensitive to culture and ethnicity. There's an awareness that whatever you're going through may be affected by cultural, systemic or historical factors. In our sessions together, we will focus on the issues that are unique and personal to you, and define what change, growth and healing look like for you. We'll identify your values and explore ways for you to connect to them and live them more fully.
Recent local and international events may have given rise to feelings of anger, uncertainty, or confusion of your place in this world. Learning skills like self-care, self-compassion and resilience are therefore important to maintaining your emotional, physical and spiritual well-being.
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