Making Time for Black
Mental Health Event
Get your questions asked by a
panel of Black therapists
Think Tenacity Academy CIC has been awarded a 2023 Black History Month grant from The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea (RBKC) to provide online Black mental health support for racial trauma and racial anxiety. This is online legacy funded project to continue providing free Black mental health support
when Black history month ends.
Why support is needed for our Black community
You are not alone if you feel Back History Month brings
painful reminders and triggers
due to historical slavery.
It can be difficult managing emotions linked
to racial trauma, racial anxiety and generational trauma. We are here for you providing culturally sensitive mental health support by Black therapists who look like you.
Love Where You Live grant project provides funding for projects that aim to foster a sense of belonging amongst all communities where diversity is celebrated and valued
Listen to event on Think Tenacity Podcast.
Project reached those who are disadvantaged or marginalised and at greater risk of unfair Black mental health support due to the impacts of racism, social and economic inequalities.