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Therapy for Black Girls
Dedicated to ensuring mental wellness among a marginalized community, Therapy for Black Girls works to de-stigmatize mental health. They work to achieve this goal by creating a community among the users, providing blogs, therapists, podcasts, and other services to ensure everyone is getting the help they need.
National Queer and Trans Therapists of Color Network
Organized to bring attention to mental health services in re-evaluating and analyzing the process of healing justice in ways that everyone feels included. The main goal of the NQTTCN is to ensure accessibility to mental health aid for people of all backgrounds.
Therapy for Black Men
To combat the idea of toxic masculinity and stigma on mental health, Therapy for Black Men makes looking for a therapist easy and accessible. This service provides a directory for Black Men to find therapists in their area that are able to fulfill their needs to the fullest extent.
Eating Disorders Review
The Eating Disorders Review uses articles to inform individuals on the different kinds of eating disorders and their treatments. The goal of this organization is to provide information for those who may struggle with an eating disorder and give tips that can be implemented to their daily lives.
The Worry Games
The Worry Games Blog is designed for individuals having anxiety disorders, and sends the message that people with anxiety should not believe something is wrong with their brains. The purpose of the blog is to provide information and insight, making sure the reader does not feel alone or out of place.
Project Heal believes that everybody struggling with their mental health should be able to receive quality treatment without worrying about costs. Their mission is to raise money to offer treatment grants for individuals wishing to recover from eating disorders that can’t afford treatment. The website consists of different blog posts of individual experiences and informative articles on mental health and eating disorders.
Biased: Uncovering the Hidden Prejudice That Shapes What We See, Think, and Do
A professor of psychology a Stanford University and expert on unconscious racial bias, Jennifer L. Eberhardt writes a novel studying societal impact on the Black Community. The novel discusses topics regarding race relations and criminal injustice.
My Grandmother’s Hands: Racialized Trauma and the Pathway to Mending our Hearts and Bodies
Including many stories from different eras, author Resmaa Menakem shares his view on how racism shaped America today. He focuses on psychology behind the body and mind experiencing trauma, his message and advice helping readers mend their minds of the marginalized racism.
The Racial Healing Handbook
This novel focuses on coping with the racial discrimination that is presented to many people in their everyday lives. The author focuses on giving tips and re-educating readers on the history of racism to eliminate the feeling of shame many hold onto when being discriminated against.
Healing Traditions: The Mental Health of Aboriginal Peoples in Canada
While the Aboriginal people have very diverse cultures, they have all experienced similar social hardships that impacted their mental health. The Mental Health of Aboriginal Peoples in Canada explains the hardships that these groups experienced, as well as the ways they overcame these challenges.