The Unburdened Sol

Verified by Clinicians of Color Directory

(She | Her | Hers)



video sessions available

About The Unburdened Sol

It is not always easy to recognize when we need more support, especially when coming from communities that send messages like “it could always be worse” or “you can’t be weak.“ Being vulnerable can be terrifying, saying that you are struggling and you need and want help can be hard. Even trying to find words that can correctly explain what has been going on for you can be difficult, especially if you have never or rarely done so or if when you have tried in the past, you have been validated or your experience was minimized or not taken seriously and if you have been practicing for years to push down your own thoughts, feelings, and significant experiences.

I believe that a client is the best Director of their own life. But this means, you know what is true and authentic to you. I view my role as someone who walks alongside my client and assist them in reaching their personal goals (not mine). I am able to meet my clients where they are in their process, meaning if they are just starting to explore themselves, they’re feelings, their family dynamics, events from the past, or they further along in their journey, I am right there with you. Therapy can be difficult and uncomfortable, however, staying stuck is just as uncomfortable. And you do not have to do this on your own.

If you are ready to begin to understand yourself, your system, and move in ways that feel more authentic and aligned with you and your values reach out, its your time.

Clinician Demographics:
• Ethnicity: African-American
• Race: Black
• Gender: Female (She | Her | Hers)

How to get started

The best way to get started is to contact me through the contact form below, we will schedule a brief call so that I am able to hear what you are hoping to work on and you will be able to ask any questions you might have. I look forward to connecting

Below are the payment options this practice offers:

  • $200





Complex Trauma (PTSD)
Attachment Wounds
Eating Disorders

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Allied Communities