In honor of National Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day let’s talk about the increase in suicide rates for black children. Lately you may have noticed an influx in headlines regarding the increase in suicides among black children, especially black boys: Suicide rates for black children twice that of white children, new data show Why Are […]
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I recently had a conversation about the experience of being a Person of Color (POC) who grew up in and still lives in the hood but who is now an adult working in corporate white America. The culture shock can be jarring when you realize that gun violence, police brutality, and broken homes caused by […]
It’s #NationalPsychotherapyDay (yup! there’s a day for therapist too!) Today we want to reintroduce our Founder, Katrina Long, and highlight all the work she does in the field of mental health! Katrina Long, MSW is an international, holistic healing arts therapist, Reiki practitioner, trauma-informed yoga teacher and hormonal wellness coach. She is a speaker on holistic mental […]
HAPPY HALLOWEEN! A little social work/therapist humor!
Recently I’ve seen variations of the following image making its rounds on social media: It has taken the form of different memes with different wording but the general message is the same…The ride-or-die woman who endures the abuse of her spouse will be rewarded with love and marriage and the woman who leaves does not […]