Jenna Malley, co-founder of the AMAZING Campaign, shares her inspiration behind the campaign, her goals for the future, and how she hopes to help de-stigmatize mental illness.
by Yuri Tomikawa
Is it true that “Black people don’t like going to therapy?” Here, Dr. Christiana Ibilola Awosan discusses her personal experience as a Black therapist and client herself, and dissects the misconception that members of the Black community are opposed to therapy.
by Dr. Christiana Ibilola Awosan, PhD., LMFT
Time and again, research has proven that racism can lead to trauma for persons of color. What does that trauma look like, and how can we help ourselves and loved ones in the aftermath of racial trauma?
by Dr. David Dove, PhD
Research indicates that Black and African American individuals in America face significant disparities in mental health diagnoses and treatment. Here, a few of the professionals in the Zencare therapist network offer their thoughts on these unique challenges.
by the Zencare team
For Black and African American individuals, finding a therapist who shares their racial identity is often one of the most important factors in the therapist search. Read on to learn more about how to find the Black therapist who will be a good fit for you.
by the Zencare Team
What are some obstacles to mental health tools for individuals who are people of color? Here, Nikole Barnes, LICSW, shares her thoughts and experiences – both personally as a black cis female therapist over the past 15 years, and from what she has discussed with black and non-black POC (people of color) clients.
by Nikole Barnes, LICSW
Our bodies were never meant to be indoors the way modern lifestyles often demand. Learn one psychiatrist’s tips for fighting the winter blues.
by Dr. Stephanie Hartselle, MD