On Racial Ambiguity and Mental Health

Research shows people of mixed race – particularly those dealing with the issue of not being Black enough – are more likely to report a mental health illness

‘PLAYING A NEW GAME: A BLACK WOMAN’S GUIDE TO BEING WELL AND THRIVING IN THE WORKPLACE’

Tammy Lewis Wilborn is a retired licensed professional counselor, clinical supervisor and counselor educator with 20 years of experience as a clinician. “Playing a New Game” is her inaugural book. Through personal anecdotes, narratives from participants in her doctoral research and other resources, Wilborn shares her knowledge of the impact of racial discrimination in the […]

Mind and Money

How can you prosper as a mental health professional? For starters, don’t let your profession dictate your worth.

Clinical Entrepreneurship

Grad school didn’t prepare you to build a successful private practice. Here are 3 tips for the new clinicians among us.

A Role Like No Other

The complexities and demands of caring for a family member can be daunting and exhausting. So providing encouragement and support are critical for caregivers.

A Disorder, or Just Self-Doubt?

It’s not an official diagnosis of mental illness, says the APA. And it should not be used to pathologize women — especially not women of color.