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Trauma Therapy for Person of Color LGBTQ+ Individuals

Trauma Therapy for Person of Color LGBTQ+ Individuals

The American Psychological Association describes trauma "an emotional response to a terrible event like an accident, rape, or natural disaster. Immediately after the event, shock and denial are typical. Longer term reactions include unpredictable emotions, flashbacks,...

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Trauma Therapy For The BIPOC Community

Trauma Therapy For The BIPOC Community

Trauma comes in many forms, from childhood abuse to combat experiences, natural disasters, car accidents, home invasion, intimate partner violence, racialized experiences, generational experiences of war, displacement, disenfranchisement, and more. These traumatic...

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Body Dysmorphia and the Black Experience

Body Dysmorphia and the Black Experience

1. What is body dysmorphia? Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD) is a mental health diagnosis commonly referred to as "body dysmorphia". It is categorized by preoccupation with a real or imagined flaw/imperfection in one's appearance, which causes the person living with...

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Sunday Scaries and Your Mental Health

Sunday Scaries and Your Mental Health

Imagine this-you are having a great Saturday full of fun with your friends and family. You go to sleep being full of gratitude. You wake up in the morning and Bam! It hits you, you have a whole new week ahead of you with tasks, obligations and the end of weekend...

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