In observance of Minority Mental Health Month, Therapy for Black Girls and The Holding Space Foundation are teaming up to host a series of online events to explore the ways in which Black women of various generations connect, foster friendships, and evolve together through our campaign, Generations of Sisterhood.
All month long, we are gathering Black women from all age groups to share their experiences, offer guidance, and celebrate the bonds of sisterhood, with the aim of promoting healthy and constructive relationships among ourselves.
Join us for “The Nail Bond”, an open conversation that celebrates the power of communal self-care among Black women through the lens of nail care and beauty, led by Hana Ford, founder of BlkGirlNailfies. The event focuses on the experiences of Black women, who have long utilized nail care as a means of creating and maintaining connections with other women in their community.
Join us for “Art, Sisterhood, & Therapy”, an open conversation with that highlights the transformative power of art in promoting wellness and healing for Black women, led by licensed therapists dr. nick alder, ph.d., creative coach, community building + psychologist and Michelle Brown, LCSW, Licensed Clinical Social Worker. This conversation explores the ways in which Black women therapists are creating safe and inclusive spaces for individuals to engage in art therapy, a practice that combines traditional therapy techniques with the creation of art, digitally and in-person.
Through open dialogue and shared experiences, our “Give Me The Game” series aims to promote the idea that by sharing wisdom across generations, Black women can support each other in achieving success and happiness in all areas of life.
Enjoy our Generations of Sisterhood playlist, curated by the Therapy for Black Girls team!