Therapy takes courages. It can be a challenging, interesting, vulnerable and illuminating experience.
Taking this step to start mental health treatment is a step toward reaching your goals. Working through family difficulties, career stressors and life events take dedication. If you've found yourself stuck in a sprial of overthinking and not activating or experiencing a physical heaviness of doubt leading to anxiety, sleeplessness or struggles with your relationships, take this step towards self care today. With the collaboration of an empathic therapist, you'll be both challenged & supported. You just might learn new things about yourself.
Cheryl Hurst is a New York State Licensed Clinical Social Worker (psychotherapist), National Presenter, occasional Adjunct Lecturer, Clinical Supervisor and Mental Health Trainer specializing in helping Black men build resilience during these challenging times (via telehealth sessions). She has been described as humorus, warm, attentive, knowledgeable, creative, supportive & direct. Ms. Hurst is a child development and racial trauma expert dedicated to working with men, those who identify as male & families. She is committed to addressing societal inequities while destigmatizing mental health treatment in the Black community.
Ms. Hurst also provides a culturally sensitive supportive learning experience for those mental health professionals seeking supervision (individuals and groups).
Reaching out takes courage and self compassion; Cheryl is honored to share your journey.