Day: February 8, 2019
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
“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/
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
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/