Browsing tag: mental health

Myth: I’m Black So My Therapist Must Be Black Too


The most common belief coming from black people that I see online regarding therapy is that their therapist must be black. This is for a few reasons. Many black people have a general (and deserved) distrust for non-black health practitioners. The thought of sitting across from a white therapist and revealing the most intimate part

Yes, You Can Overcome Your Anxiety


I often read conversations online about anxiety and there seems to be some confusion regarding what this illness, yes illness, really is. Anxiety is not simply worrying. It’s not that worried feeling every parent has when they move their child into their college dorm for the first time. Anxiety is not simply stress. It isn’t

How To Find a Therapist


Finding a therapist is fairly simple. Simply googling “How to find a therapist” will give you access to many platforms that reveal what counselors are in your area. It’s important to know that not all counselors are LPC’s or Licensed Professional Counselors. Some counselors specialize in couples and families and are otherwise known as LMFT’s,

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Zoe Douglas

Zoe Douglas

By combining the words Life Coach and Therapist, I take you on a journey of the things my life experiences have taught me as well as intertwining my knowledge of mental health. Here's to growth, mental wellness, and becoming our best selves at any age. Cheers!

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