The purpose of this group is to help Black women discover that they have a community and that they are able to have support by attending this counseling group. We want to bridge the gap across all Black women by giving them the space to share their pain, struggles, losses, success and joys all while being surrounded by their peers. We strive for this to be a space where women can uplift, love, and support one another.
Why join this group?
If you’re a woman of color who struggles with feelings of loneliness, lack of support, and feels incomplete this group will help by:
This group is for you if:
This group is not for you if:
Number of Sessions: 11
(One individual session and Ten group sessions)
Cost per session: $40
Kemisha Joseph, M.A., RMHCI
Registered Mental Health Counselor
Kemisha has years of experience specializing in working with relationships and individuals. Kemisha has experience with working with individuals, families and couples, and group.
Kemisha is integrative with her approach to counseling through the utilization of different theories such as Emotions Focused Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and Person-Centered to help clients deal with a multitude of problems such as relationship issues, anxiety, depression, stress, trauma, and low self-esteem.
Kemisha is of Haitian descent and identifies as Christian. In her free time, Kemisha loves to volunteer, work out, spend time with friends and family, travel, read, chill with her plants and spend time in prayer meditation.