Karibu Mental Health Network was born in response to the growing need for mental health professionals who can navigate the mental health experiences of clients beyond Western models of understanding illness, health and healing. We seek to strengthen communal efforts to make mental health services more widely available to the public. We are a team of Black, Indigenous and POC therapists who are passionate about the work we do and proud to be different.
We offer care in a variety of different languages, are respectful of various religious backgrounds (both Western and non-Western) and committed to providing culturally relevant services that are rooted in a collective understanding of de-pathologizing the BIPOC experience.
Initiating therapy is tough enough without having to worry that your therapists "gets it".