Wed, Apr 01 | Zoom

Living With an Abuser During Social Distancing: Coping Strategies & Support  

Some of us have been forced to go back to toxic family and partners during this pandemic. You don't have to struggle alone.
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Time & Location

Apr 01, 2020, 2:00 PM

About The Event

Join Gloria and Nalgona Positivity Pride and therapist, Alishia McCullough, M.S., LCMHCA, NCC from @blackandembodied on a discussion on coping strategies for folks that have been pushed to socially distance/quarantine with an abuser. 

About Alishia McCullough

Hello, my name is Alishia McCullough (she, her, hers) and I am a millennial Licensed Clinical Mental Health Therapist and National Certified Counselor currently residing in Greensboro, North Carolina. I am also an independent published author of the book Blossoming. I have spent the past few years providing therapy to college students dealing with issues of anxiety, depression, mood issues, relationship conflict, family concerns, eating disorders and body image concerns. I also provide individual, group, and couples therapy. I am most passionate about offering therapeutic guidance towards healing and wellness primarily for black and brown folx experiencing mental health distress. I specialize in treating eating disorders and uphold the values of body justice and fat liberation within communities of color. I am passionate about anti-racism, racial healing, and decolonization. I am motivated to increase access and create spaces for black, indigenous, queer, people of color to come together and heal in ways that inspire holistic wellness and culturally inclusive informed healing. Feel free to connect with me via Instagram @blackandembodied   

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