March 2021 - WOC Therapy

Month: March 2021

Simple Tips on How to Deal With Stress

By abigail-butler | March 20, 2021 | Self-Care

Nowadays, many people live hectic lifestyles that lead to constant pressure, burnout, tiredness, anxiety, and negative feelings. Thus, learning how to combat these and how to deal with stress becomes a necessary tool for all women who want to improve their wellbeing or solve a specific problem that they weren’t able to due to tension.

Ultimate Self Care Tips for Women of Color

By abigail-butler | March 8, 2021 | Self-Care

We often hear this phrase nowadays, but we don’t always know how to apply it in our day-to-day life. Learning and incorporating some useful self-care tips into our everyday routines can do us a world of good and help us overcome mental health problems like depression and anxiety or become the best version of ourselves. Read on to find out all you can do to give the most important person in your life, – you, of course – the inspiration to win and withstand challenges.

What to Expect at the First Therapy Appointment and How to Prepare for It

By abigail-butler | March 8, 2021 | Therapy

Did you make your first therapy appointment? Or are you planning to make one in the near future? If so, first congratulate yourself for taking this first step, which is never easy for anyone. Opening yourself up to another person is quite challenging. Here are some preparations you can make to reduce your anxiety regarding your first session.

Black Women in the Workplace – A Glass Ceiling in Corporate America and How to Break It

By abigail-butler | March 6, 2021 | Relationships

Black women in the workplace face bigger obstacles in careers compared to their Caucasian counterparts. The studies show that they are the least likely group to feel included in the work environment. Not only that, but African American employees are less likely to be…

Black Women Are Facing an Overwhelming Mental Health Crisis

By abigail-butler | March 6, 2021 | Anxiety

On a humid July morning that was to hit 95°F, Tiffany Hathorn found herself frozen in her front yard. The 35-year-old copywriter from Searcy, AR, wanted to do the right thing, but she hesitated. Lying in the street in front of her house was a ripped-open cardboard box addressed to a house a few blocks away. It contained nothing but the paper packaging and a receipt for Bath and Body Works items that were long gone. Someone had likely stolen the contents and dumped the box outside Tiffany’s house. “I felt like I should return it,” she says. “But then I got nervous.”

How Does Therapy Work and Help?

By abigail-butler | March 5, 2021 | Therapy

There are a vast number of opinions and stereotypes regarding therapy. If you are one of the people wondering does therapy work, then you came to the right place. Here, we will briefly explain how and why therapy works and answer some questions and doubts you may have.

Useful Self Care Ideas for Women – Simple Ways to Improve Your Mental Health

By abigail-butler | March 3, 2021 | Self-Care

As women, we are often asked to take care of everyone and everything, often at the expense of our own well-being. What if we started to put ourselves first? The following self-care ideas for women will provide you with the quality me-time you deserve.

Impact of Social Media on Mental Health – Positives and Negatives

By abigail-butler | March 1, 2021 | Relationships

The impact of social media becomes greater every day and the effect is visible for every person with a smartphone. We love our memes, tweets, stories, and posts, and we love seeing what other people are doing, but we also hear about (or feel) anxiety, depression, and addiction to social media. Let’s tackle the topic of social media, its impact on society, and how we can make the best out of it.

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