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Monthly Spotlight February 2023: Therapy for Black Girls

Monthly Spotlight February 2023: Therapy for Black Girls

In honor of Black History Month, we chose to highlight Therapy for Black Girls- an organization in which we fully support and stand by. Therapy for Black Girls is an online space that is dedicated to encouraging mental wellness for Black women and girls. Currently, there are many barriers that prevent women of color from receiving the help they need. These barriers include stigma and lack of multi-culturally competent care. Therapy for Black Girls are currently fighting those barriers by giving women of color the space to open up the dialogue for mental health that feels safe, accessible, and relevant. Their mission is to “sustain and grow an engaged community centered on the mental health of Black women and girls.” To support their mission, they provide resources, education, content, and experiences for women of color. They also offer services on their website to help find a local therapist that is culturally competent as well as considerate to Black history and culture. Additionally, they also have a foundation called “The Holding Space Foundation” in which they provide funds to aid Black women and girls in need of therapeutic services. Overall, the work Therapy for Black Girls does is important to support the overall mental wellness for women of color. Join us, as we stand with Therapy for Black Girls and their mission to make Black women and girls feel “seen, heard, and understood.” 

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