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Racial, Ethnic & Religious Stressors

Societal elicited stressors

There are personal and systematic hardships that individuals from under-represented groups face daily.

Oppression, racism, sexism, discrimination, and intolerance often can create extreme stress and can lead to depression, anxiety, lowered self-esteem, reduced life opportunities, worry, and countless other symptoms.

It can even put people at risk of abuse and other forms of violence.

Dealing with societal pressure, as well as stigmatized pressure, can be very overwhelming. Sometimes, you need help to overcome these feelings.

Oppression, racism, sexism, discrimination, unconscious bias, microagressions and intolerance often can create extreme stress and can lead to depression, anxiety, lowered self-esteem, reduced life opportunities, worry, and countless other symptoms.

Finding understanding

Having a therapist who understands these stressors and the systematic structures that cause them is an important step to gaining a sense of balance. Your therapist can relate to your struggles, including your desire to build a safe and trusting relationship.

We want to work with you to develop effective tools to deal with these stressors and recharge, while creating needed social change, if you choose.

We are Racial Justice Allied.

We are here to help you. Please call (770) 284-1044 or complete the contact form below.