Black. Girls. Thriving.’ Therapy for Black Girls is the type of organization that makes us thankful for the internet! Founded by Atlanta-based psychologist Dr. Joy Harden Bradford, the online movement works to de-stigmatize mental health and works to improve the mental wellness of Black women and girls with access to resources and open discussion.
Here are some of the amazing resources offered by Therapy for Black Girls:
Podcast: Therapy for Black Girls Podcast is a mental health podcast and weekly conversation with Dr. Joy, about all things mental health, personal development, and all the small decisions we can make to become the best possible version of ourselves.
Therapist Directory: Successful therapy depends on a great client-therapist fit. This website includes a directory of over 2,000 licensed black female therapists you can search by location, specialty, or price to find a therapist that perfectly suits your needs!
Community Hub: The Yellow Couch Collective is a space for Black women to gather to support, encourage and learn from one another. Members gain exclusive access to connect with like-minded Black women, Q & A sessions with experts and Deep Dives into relevant topics and most importantly a sense of belonging and support from the Therapy for Black Girls community.
Therapy for Black Girls is an online space dedicated to encouraging the mental wellness of Black women and girls by making topics more relevant and accessible. To learn more visit https://therapyforblackgirls.com/