Online Group

How Are You Really Feeling - Black Therapy Support Group

Hosted by: Chris Cayo
To present a space for dialogue, self-expression, and expression of feelings regarding current events and being black in America.
Duration: 60 minutes
Frequency: weekly
Group Size: up to 6

About This Group

Once again, after multiple police killings and racist events, black individuals are forced to face a collective reality. Racism, discrimination, microaggressions are part of daily life. Racism predated current events; it is still being experienced, and while there is hope change will come about, there is no guarantee. In the meantime, it is important to discuss the thoughts, raw emotions, experiences of direct, indirect, and systemic racism.

Racism
Discrimination
Microaggressions
Black
Dialogue
Self-Expression
Raw Emotion
Blacklives
Black Resilience

Your Group Host

Chris Cayo

Mental Health Counselor

I believe every human being is capable of change. We are a combination of experiences, relationships, and traumas, yet our past does not need to define who we are. My approach to the therapeutic process is an integrative blend of, psychodynamic, humanistic, and spiritual psychotherapy. I would describe myself as an engaging, honest, and open-minded therapist who aims to help clients, help themselves. While my main area of interest involves race and women’s issues (particularly black women), I am also intent in supporting anyone interested in living their best life.

What You Need To Know

How To Participate

This group session is run online in order to be accessible to all. After joining, you will receive an email with a link for the group's video conference.

Requirements

You’ll need an internet connection and the ability to stream audio and video to participate.

Payment

Your payment is always secure. You will be charged for each recurring group session. This subscription can be canceled at any time.

Free

Frequency: weekly

Tuesday - Jul 7, 10:00 PM GMT