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Hello, and thank you for visiting my mental health practice! As a therapist, I am committed to raising cultural awareness and offering inclusive care that empowers people of all backgrounds. I believe in breaking down boundaries and providing individualised support for various mental health issues. I am committed to assisting you in navigating life’s problems and cultivating inner peace and well-being through my lived experiences and cultural consciousness. Please reach out right away to begin your journey to a better, happier you.
Unleash your full potential with culturally-conscious 1-1 therapy. Get on-demand support from a therapist who understands and respects your unique background and experiences.
Welcome to the forefront of the mental health reform movement! As a champion of racial inclusion and parity, I’m passionate about enhancing the quality of life for individuals from diverse ethnic backgrounds.
Together, let’s tackle societal racism and cultural misunderstandings head-on. Through my work, I strive to empower those who feel mistreated and provide them with the tools to forge a new identity.
Breaking free from racial and cultural biases is crucial for optimal mental well-being, career growth, and overall development. Join me in promoting equity and inclusivity in the mental health field.
Creating an inclusive mental health experience.
Unique Culture, Unique Ethnicity, Unique Potential
I have a deep understanding of diverse cultures and I am committed to providing inclusive care for people of all backgrounds.
I offer personalised support for various mental health issues, recognising that each person’s journey is unique.
I am at the forefront of the mental health reform movement and passionate about improving the quality of life for individuals from diverse backgrounds.
I bring my lived experiences and cultural consciousness to my work which helps me understand and connect with you on a deeper level.
I am committed to promoting equality and inclusivity in mental health care and strive to empower those who feel mistreated.
I am dedicated to addressing these issues head-on, recognising that breaking free from racial and cultural biases is crucial for optimal mental well-being, career growth and self-actualisation.
Uncovering disparities and striving for equality
Mental Health Act
Black Britons are four times more likely than white Britons to be detained under the Mental Health Act. (Reference: The Guardian, 2019)
Black people in the UK are more likely to experience mental health problems than white people. (Reference: Mental Health Foundation, 2018)
Black people in the UK are less likely to receive mental health treatment than white people. (Reference: Royal College of Psychiatrists, 2018)
Racial discrimination is a risk factor for poor mental health in people from BAME backgrounds. (Reference: Mental Health Foundation, 2020)
Black children and young people are less likely to access mental health services than their white peers. (Reference: Young Minds, 2020)
Black people identifying as LGBTQ+ are more likely to experience poor mental health. (Reference: Equality and Human Rights Commission, 2019)