We at Women of Color Therapy offer therapy and coaching sessions to women of color, by women of color. Our main goal is to help women and teens of color cope with mental health and get closer to happiness.
In America, nearly half of the population suffers from mental illness of some kind. And that statistic is alarmingly high within the women of color community.
It’s been a tough year for many people, which is why we at Women of Color Therapy have launched a series of initiatives and resources to help women and teens of color cope with mental illness and overcome the roadblocks that are preventing them from achieving happiness and success.
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If you or someone you love is suffering with mental illness in the women of color community, keep reading. First of all, we offer therapy sessions for women of color by women of color. Our main goal is to provide a safe, judgment-free space for you to get the help you need.
Once we tackle the issue of mental health head-on, we can focus on overcoming emotional and physical trauma and teach you how to love yourself again. Once you begin to love and respect yourself, you can begin down the path of individual and collective healing.
We provide a variety of services including therapy, classes, and coaching sessions. Our therapy sessions are conducted by experienced, licensed women of color therapies and can take place in person and/or online.
If you’re one of the many women or teens of color suffering from anxiety, burnout or co-dependency, we have a variety of personal growth classes and workshops to help you deal with these issues head-on.
For those struggling to advance in their professional lives, we have help for you too. We have one-on-one coaching and consulting sessions to help women and teens of color overcome the obstacles that are keeping them from fulfilling their true potential.
We know that one of the main problems in the women of color community is finance. So, we have launched a GoFundMe campaign to raise money to enable us to offer free and low-cost therapy sessions to those in need.
In addition to our therapy sessions and the fundraising campaign, we’ve also launched a book club on Instagram that is open to any and all women and teens of color who want to educate themselves and discuss important issues with their fellow community.
The book club takes place on Instagram and features books like ‘Vibrate Higher Daily’ by Lalam Delia, ‘Eloquent Rage’, by Brittney Cooper, ‘Human Acts’ by Han Kang, and many more.
Now is the time to take control of your mental health and help those who are struggling.