Explore Lived Experiences as Black Women
Lead by an expert clinical counselor with a Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology from the University of St. Thomas and Bachelor’s of Science from Colorado State University in Clinical Counseling Psychology, participating women of color will be able to share their experiences and journeys together in a safe and shared environment.
Rachel Surratt, an Associate Professional Clinical Counselor with Resiliency and Health Institute has experience as a peer mentor for Black/African American college students providing mental health advocacy, academic, and community support. She believes in providing radical empathy and understanding to individuals and families.
She is a mental health advocate for clients and non-clients alike and will help participants in these group sessions strive for personal insight and exploration of the self.
Find support with personal and professional stressors as a black woman dealing with school/work life, relationships, and trauma.
When and Where
This is a 6-week commitment starting July 14th, 2022. Participants, age 24 and older, will meet every Thursday from 6-7:30 pm over the course of the six weeks.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to get enrolled today.