Are you a Black male who is struggling with society’s expectations and standards of being strong and withhold your thoughts and feelings from others? Has this led to anger, rage, sadness, hopelessness, and dedicating an extra effort to everything that you do? You may have been inundated with images in film, television, and social media that depict Black males as overly masculine, and in some cases, aggressive, violent, and hyper-sexual. Being vulnerable as a young Black man is socially unacceptable. It sends a message that to be accepted as a Black man, you must fit this specific role in which strength and stoicism are mandatory.
Know that you are not alone in your feelings. Seeking out and receive help means to be vulnerable enough to admit help is needed, and to ask for it. We assist you with this process releasing yourself from societal expectations to be strong and tough. We offer safe spaces for Black men to share and discuss their mental health challenges specific to them.
If you find yourself as a Black man experiencing emotional and psychological challenges in your life, know that you are not alone and that you have nothing to prove to anyone except to yourself. Prioritizing your physical and mental wellness needs can help with showing up fully with those you love and depend upon you.

Cost Per Session

$

Insurance

No

State Licensed

Maryland

Specialization

Abandonment

Activists

Adult Children of Alcoholics

Ambiguous Grief

Anger Management

Anxiety

Attachment

Bullying

Caregiver Stress

Childhood Emotional Neglect

Childhood Trauma

Codependency

Communal Trauma

Community Violence

Complex PTSD

Complicated Grief

Developmental Trauma

Dissociation

Emotional Abuse

Emotional Neglect

Grief/Bereavement

Racial Trauma

Religious Trauma

Spirituality

Types of Therapy

CBT

Cognitive Therapies

Psychodynamic Psychotherapy

Trauma Focused CBT

Population Served

Adults

Services

Individuals