Mental Health Support
Moving forward from racism doesn’t have to be lonely. Having access to a counsellor with a similar experience and background can be powerful
Resource directory of recommended books, podcast and resources on healing, & self-care.
Source: Unhyphen Psychology
Book a therapy appointment. Unhyphen Psychology also offers wellbeing workshops.
Source: Black Enterprise
Article diving into strategies for radical self-care.
Source: Sad Girls Club
Provides Quarterly Therapy Scholarship offering 1:1 counselling, and a chat room for a space to vent and heal.
Source: Umeed Psychology
Find Asian Australian psychologist with other services such as mental health workshops for anxiety etc.
Source: Pola Practice
Directory of culturally responsive therapists, many of whom are therapists of colour.
Source: Centre for Muslim Wellbeing
Directory of culturally responsive professionals in mental health.
Source: Shapes and Sounds
Directory for Asian mental health psychologists in Australia
Video guides parents and children to manage racial stress and build self-confidence.
Source: Healing Foundation
Resources for trauma and healing for Stolen Generation survivors and families.
An article with people and organisations to follow, along with mental health directories for Black Americans.
Source: Our Directory
List of BIPOC mental health practitioners in New Zealand and Australia.
Source: The Right to Be
An article that provides self-care guidance on online harassment.
Source: Talk to Us: Off the Record
Self-care tips to cope with global racial injustices.
Source: Multicultural Centre for Women's Health
Videos offered in multiple languages for migrant and refugee women’s health in Australia.
Source: Kids Help Line
Connect online with others, discuss challenges, receive coping support on diverse topics and issues.
Source: University of Pittsburg
Self care resources for black students.