Ivery Arie recognizes the limited resources for black women in the mental health space. As a result, we have compiled a few organizations whose prime focus is elevating black people by providing services & methods to manage our mental health. Check out our list and comment any additional resources that may help a sista out!
Therapy for Black Girls
Dr. Joy’s platform is geared towards making black women become the best versions of themselves. Her black therapists directory offers a long list of black female therapists around the world. If you are a podcast listener, you may want to add “Therapy for Black Girls” to your library.
Melanin and Mental Health
Melanin & Mental Health™ was born out of a desire to connect individuals with culturally competent clinicians committed to serving the mental health needs of Black & Latinx/Hispanic communities. Visit their website.
Depressed While Black
Curated by Imade Nibokun, Depressed While Black is aimed at destigmatizing mental health in the black community. Check out her podcast to get educated and find resources to help you live a mentally sound life.
Have you checked out our Why Should I Care? article on mental health? Find out how our community of African women are affected by mental health issues and the importance of prioritizing our mental health.
It is an online and mobile therapy company. Talkspace users have access to licensed therapists through the website or mobile app. Therapeutic services can be provided via text, video and/or audio messaging.
Ivery Arie’s Women Empowerment Playlist
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