Often times Black Women have the role of showing up and holding space for everyone in their circle and working through life at full capacity, most times not having the option to come down or step out of this inherited role. Women are viewed as Superwoman and anything outside of this feels wrong, or like betrayal to those you love.
I provide a space for you to unload, remove some of what you are carrying and lighten your load. Allowing you to give to yourself what you so freely give to those around you.
My approach is rooted in bringing all parts of an individual/s into this space. I look at therapy as an inclusion of a person's foundation which includes their culture, lived experiences, trauma, relationships, environment, mental, physical, spiritual and financial belief systems and how that plays a role in their life today.
I am open to this space being used as a place where we navigate hardships, sit in discomfort, unlearn what no longer sustains you, and learn new ways that create better relationships and quality of life most importantly with self, and next with others.