Stop the Adultification of Black Girls (Guest Vlog by Nicole Ward)


Transcript: For the purpose of this blog today, I would like to talk about the adultification of black girls in the United States. To begin, I will offer a definition of adultification: Adultification bias is a form of racial prejudice in which children of a minority group (such as African-American girls) are treated as more […]

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Personal Reflections on COVID-19

Up until a few days ago, this pandemic was still somewhat abstract to me: something I worried about, read about on the news, took precautions and altered plans around, but not something that had touched my personal, everyday life.  But last week I felt under the weather, and my partner and I decided to get […]

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3 Tips for Making Your Practice More Racially Accessible

Today's guest blogger, Desiree Robinson, LCSW-C

This week, I’m so excited to introduce you to my first-ever guest blogger, Desirée N. Robinson, LCSW-C. Desiree is a Maryland based Psychotherapist and owner of Your Heart’s Desire Therapy & Wellness, LLC, specializing in the convergence of Intimacy, Sexuality, and Trauma; her personal mission of “creating a world of celebration and understanding” is reflected […]

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