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“Empowering Black people with cultural consciousness

and lived experience for a healthier, happier you.”

Culturally-Conscious Mental Wellbeing Services For a Happier You

Breaking Down Barriers and Empowering Diverse Individuals to Unleash Their Full Potential

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.


Transform Your Life with My Tailored Mental Health Solutions

Discover Personalized Care That Fits Your Needs


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.


Revolutionise your company’s approach to mental health, diversity and inclusion with our unique training programmes and talks. Break down barriers and improve well-being with customised solutions.

Jarell Bempong

Psychotherapist, Counsellor, Life Coach, Author, Speaker and Trainer.

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.

Revolutionary Mental Health Care: Breaking Down Barriers

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.

Breaking the Silence: The Shocking Truth About Black Mental Health in the UK

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)


Mental Health Problems

Black people in the UK are more likely to experience mental health problems than white people. (Reference: Mental Health Foundation, 2018)


Mental Health Treatment

Black people in the UK are less likely to receive mental health treatment than white people. (Reference: Royal College of Psychiatrists, 2018)


Racial Discrimination

Racial discrimination is a risk factor for poor mental health in people from BAME backgrounds. (Reference: Mental Health Foundation, 2020)


Black Children

Black children and young people are less likely to access mental health services than their white peers. (Reference: Young Minds, 2020)


Black LGBTQ+

Black people identifying as LGBTQ+ are more likely to experience poor mental health. (Reference: Equality and Human Rights Commission, 2019)

“Black mental health and lifestyle are intertwined. Taking care of ourselves holistically, from our minds to our bodies, is not only an act of self-love but also radical resistance against a society that has historically neglected and traumatised black bodies and minds.”

Eboni Harris.

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