Day: February 8, 2019

The Reality of Seeking Mental Health Treatment As a Black Woman – Allure

Taking care of your mental health can be hard, but it can be even harder to find resources when you’re a black woman. From cultural biases to finding a therapist who understands what you’re going through, there’s a lot more to navigating the system than other people may realize.
— Read on www.allure.com/story/black-women-mental-health-care-treatment

Are We Doing Enough To Battle Mental Health In The Black Community? The Cast Of ‘American Soul’ Weighs In – Essence

“When my father committed suicide, it was my duty to talk about it,” Anthony Cornelius told ESSENCE.
— Read on www.essence.com/videos/mental-health-black-community-american-soul-cast/

Depression And African Americans | Mental Health America

Not “Just the Blues” Clinical depression is more than life’s “ups” and “downs.” Life is full of joy and pain, happiness and sorrow. It is normal to feel sad when a loved one dies, or when you are sick, going through a divorce, or having financial problems. But for some people the sadness does not go away, or keeps coming back. If your “blues” last more than a few weeks or
— Read on www.mentalhealthamerica.net/conditions/depression-and-african-americans

Can Superhero Therapy Treat Depression, Anxiety, and PTSD? – #1 Mental Health Blog – Talkspace

Superhero Therapy refers to therapy that incorporates Superheroes into treatment in order to assist clients struggling with a variety of mental disorders!!!
— Read on www.talkspace.com/blog/2015/06/can-superhero-therapy-treat-depression-anxiety-and-ptsd/