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12 Ways Black Therapists Deal with Racial Trauma: Tips about how to process racial trauma & practice self-care

Learn from Black therapists on how they process racism and what self-care methods are helping them right now

Act: Write down 3 activities that help you feel connected to yourself; do at least one this week
Asians Do Therapy: Anneliese Singh PhD, LPC. Healing from Racism

In this conversation, I speak with Anneliese Singh PhD, LPC (she/they) about racial healing strategies from her book, The Racial Healing Handbook. Dr. Singh says that racism is the greatest trauma that we live with and that navigating racism is not sufficient.

Black Disabled and Proud

A website for college students, created by the HBCU Disability Consortium and the Association on Higher Education And Disability

Black Emotional and Mental Health Collective: Prompts for personal journaling or discussion with others

Check out these prompts for personal journaling or discussion with friends or family.

Black Lives Matter Meditation for Healing Racial Trauma
Black Men Heal: Opportunities for free mental health treatment & resources for men of color

mental health treatment, psycho-education, and community resources for men of color

Boris Lawrence Henson Foundation: Free Local Virtual Support Groups for Black Youth

Checkout Free Local Youth Virtual Support Groups for Black Youth

Reflect: Identify and reflect on 3 strengths you have and 3 things that make you unique
Therapy for Black Girls: Weekly podcast about mental health for black girls & women

A weekly podcast chat about all things mental health, personal development for black girls and women.

Trevor Project: How to approach Intersectional Conversations for Black & LGBTQ folx

For people who hold multiple marginalized identities, it can sometimes feel overwhelming to explore the layers of intersectional conversations. Here are some approaches to consider before, during, and after a difficult conversation to make sure the dialogue — and your mental health — stays safe.

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