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Resources for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, & People of Color)

Find BIPOC Therapists

Therapy for Black Girls: Therapy for Black Girls is a fantastic website dedicated to providing resources for Black women in the United States. They have a directory of Black therapists you can search through, a Facebook group to find community within, support groups to join, and a podcast with mental health information available 

Therapy for Black Men: Similar to Therapy for Black Girls, TFBM offers a directory of black therapists to search through, mental health resources, and a scholarship program for affording counseling services.

Black Mental Health Alliance: The BMHA's mission is to develop, promote and sponsor trusted culturally-relevant educational forums, trainings and referral services that support the health and well-being of Black people and their communities. They provide referral services to Black mental health providers nation-wide. as well as community support and workshops to those through the United States.

LatinX Therapy: LatinX Therapy provides a directory for those in the LatinX community to access mental health resources and Spanish speaking providers. They also have resources like podcasts, YouTube channels and books that represent the Latinx community. Plus, COVID-19 resources for immigrants and undocumented folks dealing with the pandemic. 

Therapy for LatinX: Similar to LatinX Therapy, this website has a directory of LatinX Mental Health providers in the United States.They also have book recommendations and general information regarding LatinX mental health issues. 

Online Communities

Sad Girls Club: Founded in 2017, Sad Girls Club is an organization committed to destigmatizing mental wellness for millennial and Gen Z womxn, girls, and femmes of color. They provide 10-person group therapy sessions called "Chat Rooms"that are free and hosted by those in the BIPOC or LGBTQ+ community.

Dive In Well: Dive in Well is an online community space that works to equalize access to wellness and mental health care in BIPOC communities. They provide workshops, consulting, digital workbooks, and corporate training to both individuals and communities looking to expand access to care.

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Virtual Therapy, Tennessee | (423) 397-5440

All sessions are currently being conducted via Telehealth.

E-mail is the preferred form of contact as I am in-and-out of sessions.

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