Black and Indigenous People of Color are significantly more likely to develop mental health conditions. Minorities face intergenerational trauma, systemic racism, and multi-faceted forms of discrimination. Although resilience is a personal strength, individuals of BIPOC communities learned to be adaptable as a means of survival. Toxic narratives, " pull yourself up by the bootstraps" and be strong can feel minimizing of your emotional and mental well-being. Experiencing race-based trauma on a continuum creates mental health challenges for individuals within this community. Societal stigmas of receiving treatment for these challenges somehow equate to weakness, thus causing one to feel shame and preventing minorities from seeking the support they need. I will create a safe and supportive space where you can be yourself and share your experiences. My sessions are tailored to your unique goals and I provide a foundation of collaborative, multicultural, culturally sensitive, and mindfulness practices.