“If I didn’t define myself, I would be crunched into other people’s fantasies for me and eaten alive,"
All About Therapy To A Tea, Co
A Therapy Practice for Queer and Trans Black, Indigenous and People of Color
We combine trauma-informed, person-centered, decolonized, and holistic approaches to curate a safe space that promotes healing, growth and identity reconciliation through individual, couples and group therapy.
We prioritize the mental health of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color.
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Solution-focused consultation and collaboration to gain insight, and resolve interpersonal conflict through establishing and enhancing boundaries, understanding, connection, and intimacy. with people in relationship. Solution-focused consultation and collaboration to establish and enhance boundaries, understanding, connection and intimacy with people in relationship.
Individual Mental Health Counseling
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One on one, person-centered, holistic and trauma-informed collaboration to facilitation the journey to self awareness, self compassion, improved self esteem, and change behaviors which all add up to identity reconciliation.
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Offered seasonally, healing circles serve as a place to be in community while describing and discussing shared experiences and learning and applying strategies to cope in every day life.
How Much of A Donation Would Be Helpful?
Our ask is $31! But of course you can donate any amount that you feel comfortable with.
Each session provided through this fund will be offered at $100.
How Can I Access Subsidized Costs via the Therapy Fund?
The goal is to cover session costs for every client of Therapy To A Tea, Co. Application of these funds are applied based upon the need of the client. People who had unemployed and uninsured will be considered first, as they have significant barriers to affording care.