Meet Dr. Joy Harden Bradford, creator of “Therapy for Black Girls”, a space committed to the mental wellness of Black girls and women. Dr. Joy is a licensed Psychologist, residing in Georgia. Some of her areas of focus include but are not limited to: depression, work/life balance, and self-esteem improvement. Dr.Joy received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Xavier University (Louisiana), she has a Master’s in Vocational Rehabilitation Counseling, as well as a Phd in Counseling Psychology.
In addition to providing therapy sessions for Black women and girls, Dr. Joy host a podcast where she and her guest discuss topics on respectability and sexuality, sisterhood, impacts of racism on mental health, and getting what you need from relationships, to mention a few. The “Therapy For Black Girls” website (www.therapyforblackgirls.com) is loaded with resources, including a therapist directory. This feature is designed to connect potential clients with mental health professionals across the country. To locate a therapist in a nearby city all you need to do in click the tab that says “therapist directory”, select your state and search for the professional fit to meet your needs.