4 Self Care Tips for People of Color After Charlottesville

It’s easy to let ourselves get lost within our phones, swiping up, down, left and right. Double tap the cute pictures of your friends with a pug, scan through that dope article about the right kind of menstrual care for you, but what about the more difficult parts of...

8 Mental Health and self-care resources for queer & trans POC

Healing is our birthright, and if we can’t claim it in times of unrest and chaos, when will we ever make the time?

Inside Her Story: Why Black Women Should Invest In Mental Health

Black women go through so much and often never give any thought to their mental health. Psychologist Dr. Joy Harden Bradford wants to change that with her website Therapy For Black Girls. “I think there’s still a lot of stigmas related to mental health. It feels...

Why Finding a Therapist Can Be Especially Hard for Black Women

A look at how racial bias affects mental health treatment and glimmers of hope from the people who are working to change that.

Why Finding a Therapist Can Be Especially Hard for Black Women

O Magazine

A look at how racial bias affects mental health treatment and glimmers of hope from the people who are working to change that.

8 Mental Health Resources for Queer & Trans POC

Afropunk

Healing is our birthright, and if we can’t claim it in times of unrest and chaos, when will we ever make the time?

4 Self-Care Tips for People of Color After Charlottesville

Teen Vogue

Joy Harden Bradford, PhD, a psychologist and the creator of Therapy for Black Girls, explains the impact of being online during heightened times of violence

How Do You Know If You Should Break Up With Someone? 13 Signs It's Time To Call It Quits

Bustle

I asked 13 relationship experts that question, and they all had slightly different takes on the question.

Therapy For Black Girls Directory Helps Women Of Color Find Therapists In Their Area & This Is Why It’s So Necessary

Bustle

Dr. Joy, as she is known professionally, created the directory after realizing there was a need for it in the Black community.

9 Women In Wellness To Know About For Women’s History Month 2019

Bustle

It’s also the perfect time to highlight the work of women who are killing it right now in their chosen fields, including women who are redefining the wellness industry.

Not over an Ex? Call in a Breakup Coach

Washington Post

Joy Harden Bradford, a breakup coach and licensed therapist in Atlanta, says breakups can be especially hard on women in their 30s who expected to marry their ex and to start a family but who now find themselves unexpectedly single again.

Shattering the Myth of the “Mad” Black Woman

Ebony

I spoke with Dr. Walker, Dr. Henry and Dr. Joy Harden Bradford whether our ideas about Black women being angry as opposed to being depressed are steeped in how our community views mental illness or how we dismiss anything Black women seem to feel as anger.

Meet Dr. Joy Harden Bradford, The Therapy for Black Girls Founder Creating A Unique Space for Self-Care

Nia Magazine

It’s also the perfect time to highlight the work of women who are killing it right now in their chosen fields, including women who are redefining the wellness industry.

How Relying On Your Group Chat For Dating Advice Could Be Ruining Your Relationship

Essence

Being a part of a lit group chat has lots of perks, but there can be cons too: those self-proclaimed relationship gurus who just can’t wait to give you advice on how to handle dating or relationship troubles.

You Think You Need You Closure After A Breakup, Sis? A Psychologist Says Think Again

Essence

Breakups are hard, especially when you feel the need to reach out to your former flame to get the final say after the relationship has ended. 

Why You Must Forgive Yourself For Staying In the Wrong Relationship Longer Than You Should Have

Essence

Sometimes the relationship we’re in may not be abusive or toxic, but it still isn’t the right fit and doesn’t serve us well, and we begin to recognize that.

The 8 Most Overlooked Reasons Why Marriages Fail

Essence

While finances and communication have been cited as some of the most common causes for divorce, we asked the experts about the most overlooked reasons that marriages fail.

We Need To Talk About Black Women & Therapy

Refinery29

It’s no secret that, as common as mental health issues can be, sadly, not everyone gets the care that they need.

9 Reasons Therapy Can Be Helpful For Anyone

Refinery29

Dr. Bradford says that therapy can be a great way to work through breakups and communication problems.

What To Think About Before Choosing To Stay With A Cheating Partner

Refinery29

It is possible to work through an affair and come out with a stronger, more stable relationship.

These Therapeutic Podcasts Will Help You De-Stress

Refinery29

While they’re not meant to be a substitute for therapy, they’ll hopefully help you feel a little less alone.

How To Handle Valentine's Day When You're In A Brand-New Relationship

Refinery29

Read on for their complete guide to Valentine’s Day for you and your brand-new bae.

Are You So Much In Love That It's Unhealthy? Signs That You and Your Lover Are A Little Too Close

Refinery29

Falling in love is a beautiful thing, but can too much of a good thing be bad for your relationship?

Why Michelle Williams' Statement About Her Mental Health Is So Important To Black Women

Refinery29

Living with a mental health disorder may be difficult, but for some people, taking the step to ask for help is even harder.

Help! My Mom Won’t Stop Asking When I’ll Get Married

Refinery29

You sure are taking your sweet time,” she said in her southern drawl. I was 26.

5 Ways To Keep Your Social Feeds From Destroying Your Mental Health

MTV

Logging off isn’t always possible, but boundaries can help. 

Shattering The Stigma: “Therapy For Black Girls” Serves As A Resource To Specifically Meet The Needs Of Women Of Color

MadameNoire

Voluntarily seeking outside help in the form of a family therapist or counselor was often unheard of in the black community, until recently.

The Boss Girl’s Guide to Therapy

XO Necole

When it come to mental health, there is no shortcut.

Doing The Work Helped This Podcaster Surpass 2.5 Million Downloads

Xo Necole

The Evolution Of Dr. Joy

WTF Is Going On These Days With Millennial Women And Work Anxiety?

Girlboss

It’s even worse than you might realize.

We Need to Address the Mental-Health-Care Imbalance for Students of Color

The Nation

Campus mental-health care is already inaccessible and often not attuned to students’ needs—add to that systemic oppression, and feeling better seems impossible.

A Text From An Ex Can Ruin Your Whole Day — A Psychologist Explains Why

Elite Daily

But no matter what, you might feel shaken up, and the message might leave you wondering why a few simple words from your ex can throw you so off balance. What gives?

Should You Respond If Your Ex Texts You? An Expert Weighs In

Elite Daily

Getting a text from your ex can really throw your whole day off, and if it does, try to be gentle with yourself.

Imposter Syndrome Comes In 5 Different Forms

Women’s Health

Here, experts weigh in on what having impostor syndrome really means, and how to get over it for good.

It's so fitting to end this season with Blanca, the mother we all deserve, taking in new kids needing a home, and a quote from Pray. A call back to the pilot. What a powerful, soul affirming, beautiful final image. BRAVO @janetmock for directing it with so much heart! #PoseFX

Recently had a chance to chat about prepping for difficult conversations at work on The Femails Podcast from @CareerContessa! Check it out https://t.co/bzVSPnxh6c

So excited to get my copy and ready to dig in! Congratulations @Basseyworld and Happy Publication Day! 📚🎉💫

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