Reclaim Your Headspace
Mental Health for Black Women
We know things are sometimes for us, a little different, right? Culturally and historically we've seen mental health issues play out and we've been taught to ignore them, dismiss them, deny them or relabel them. We've sometimes been taught to be embarassed or feel we don't have time to address them. Well we're here to set the record straight, priotize our health and reclaim our time! We deserve mental health care that is compassionate, considerate, culturally relevant and clinically effective. Let's get into it!
Anxiety for Black Women
We see anxiety portrayed on TV and we think we know what it’s like but it can look and feel very different than expected. Anxiety is a complex and often overwhelming emotional state characterized by feelings of unease, worry, and apprehension. It can manifest in various ways, including physical symptoms such as rapid heartbeat, shortness of breath, and trembling, as well as psychological symptoms like excessive fear, restlessness, and difficulty concentrating. Anxiety can be triggered by specific situations or be present as a generalized sense of unease. It can interfere with daily activities, relationships, and overall well-being, making it challenging to fully engage in and enjoy life.
Depression for Black Women
Depression is a mental health condition characterized by persistent feelings of sadness, hopelessness, and a loss of interest or pleasure in activities. It can affect thoughts, emotions, and behavior, leading to significant impairment in daily functioning. Symptoms of depression may include changes in appetite or weight, sleep disturbances, difficulty concentrating, and thoughts of self-harm or suicide. Treatment options for depression can involve a combination of therapy, possibly medication, and lifestyle changes to alleviate symptoms and improve overall well-being.
ADHD for Black Women
ADHD, or Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, is a neurodevelopmental condition that affects individuals of all ages. It is characterized by persistent patterns of inattention, impulsivity, and hyperactivity that can significantly impact daily functioning and quality of life. Women with ADHD may struggle with maintaining focus or thinking tons of the, organizing tasks and spaces, , and managing time effectively. They may also exhibit impulsive behaviors, such as interrupting others or acting without thinking. While there is no cure for ADHD, various treatment approaches, including medication, behavioral therapy, and support from educators and loved ones, can help individuals manage their symptoms, enhance their productivity, and improve their overall well-being.
Personal Growth for Black Women
Personal growth in therapy refers to the transformative process individuals undergo when engaging in therapeutic interventions and self-reflection. Therapy provides a supportive and confidential environment for individuals to explore their emotions, thoughts, and behaviors, gaining a deeper understanding of themselves. Through this introspection, individuals can identify and challenge limiting beliefs, unhealthy patterns, and unresolved traumas. Therapy encourages self-awareness, emotional regulation, and the development of coping strategies, empowering individuals to make positive changes in their lives. It promotes the cultivation of healthy relationships, increased self-esteem, and the acquisition of effective problem-solving skills. Ultimately, personal growth in therapy involves embracing self-discovery, building resilience, and achieving a greater sense of fulfillment and well-being
We work with clients ages 18 and up in individual therapy sessions.
Some common concerns for our clients: