2011 Poole Road Raleigh, NC 27610
wellness@onipa.com
(919) 231-2109

Mental Health for Black Women

 

Mental Health For Black Women

Help to find your strength

Help to find yourself

 

Mental Health for Black Women

Now get therapy that fits your lifestyle.

Black women more feel stress and pressure with work, family, relationships. However, we’re also more likely to suffer in silence… The external stressors and pressure is unnatural and can drain your energy. Since 1977 Dr. Kambon has worked to cultivate tools to help you in your unique experience as a woman, a black woman, and a Black woman living in America. As an African American woman, your mental health is important for yourself, your family, and your loved ones. Getting the help and support you need is vital. Here learn why it doesn’t have to be so hard. Now, get sevices in mental health for Black women.

Come to our office for private in-office therapy. Not in the area? Schedule a HIPAA-compliant teletherapy phone & video call.  Now, get the therapy you want from the comfort of your own home, workplace and while you travel. HIPAA-compliant teletherapy is a secure platform where you join therapy sessions from your desktop or laptop, phone or tablet.

Mental health for Black women may be covered by your insurance. Are you covered? Call us today to find out.

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Therapy Services and Mental health for Black women Frequently Asked Questions

What concerns are most often requested for Mental health for Black women

Going it alone is hard. But you don’t have to go it alone. These are just some of the reasons African american women like you choose to get support through psychological counseling and mental health therapy.

Anxiety
Body image
Breakups
Career Decisions
College Life
Dating
Depression
Family
Friendships
Incest
Medication
Motherhood
Post-partum depression
Pregnancy anxiety
Professional Development
Relationships
Self Care
Self esteem
Sexual abuse
Sleep Hygiene
Suicide
Support systems

What are some emotions I may be feeling that therapy may help?

You may feel overwhelmed, agony, anxiety, pain, loneliness, depression, despair, pain, hurt, fear, self-loathing, distrust, panic, sadness, anger, unmotivated, tired, or many other feelings and emotions.

You may also, feel some kind of way, you just can’t put your finger on. That’s okay. You don’t have to wait till you can define it. Get help working through emotions and situations that leave you feeling un-whole.

How long does it take to ``get better``?

As a Black woman you are unique. Moreover, your life’s experiences are unique. Alongside all that, the situations and circumstances that lead you here are unlike anyone else’s experience. Therapy at Onipa allows you to participate in sessions  with the right tools to help you get to feeling whole.

Everything starts with creating your plan. This is a unique plan you and Dr. Kambon will create together. Therapy can complete when you have worked through the plan and achieved your goals together. Schedule an appointment today to learn more.

How is in-office counseling different from teletherapy? Which is best for me?

Office therapy allows you to leave your usual environment and come to a place where you can “think with a clear head.”

At Onipa Psychological & Consulting Services our office therapy also gives you a full sensory experience with sights, sounds, aromatherapy and other elements that help you relax.

Similarly, Dr. Kambon can work with you to create your own relaxing space. This way you can enjoy a relaxation space whether you are at home, in your office, or you are traveling.

 

Do you want to learn more about how teletherapy sessions can help?

Click here for details about how to get started with teletherapy

 

Do you want to learn more about how office therapy sessions can help?

Click here for details about how to get started with private therapy office sessions.

How can I start in-office or teletherapy sessions for myself or my family?

This is an important first step. Please select the option that works best for you to begin.

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Phone: (919) 231-2109
2011 Poole Road
Raleigh, NC 27610