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Each July, we celebrate Minority Mental Health Month. This year we have chosen to focus on the various parts of Black women’s identity to foster radical self-love, sisterhood, and to celebrate who we are as Black women.

Each July, we celebrate Minority Mental Health Month. This year we have chosen to focus on the various parts of Black women’s identity to foster radical self-love, sisterhood, and to celebrate who we are as Black women.

Our Skin, Our Identity

Throughout the month we will be engaging in conversations around topics like colorism, texturism, the history of Black women in the US, identity politics in the workplace, and discrimination related to names. Follow Therapy for Black Girls on all platforms for exclusive conversations, community, and connections! Subscribe to our weekly newsletter below.

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Round Table Discussion | FREE

July 15th at 7PM EST

Events

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Black Women & Psych Meds | FREE

July 21st at 7PM EST

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Yoga & Meditation | Sister Circle

July 25th @ 11 AM EST

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Black Women In The Workplace | Sister Circle

July 29th at 7PM EST

On the TBG Book Shelf

With the suggestions of our Community and TBG Podcast guests, we have curated a Minority Mental Health Awareness Month reading list! Click below to find books that embody TBG’s Skin I’m In Campaign.

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Podcast Sessions

Check out these Therapy For Black Girls Podcast Sessions with Dr. Joy Harden Bradford and guests.

Blog

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The Skin I’m In: Respectability Politics in the Context of Black Womanhood

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The Skin I’m In: What Colorism Means for Psychological Healing

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The Skin I’m In: Practicing Radical Self-Acceptance

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The Skin I’m In: Texturism and Embracing your Crown

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The Skin I’m In: Wearing and Workin’ My Weave