Racialized Identity

Racialized Identity

Our mission is to provide a safe and nurturing space for individuals who have faced the complexities of racial discrimination and identity challenges. With a deep understanding of the unique and often painful experiences related to racialization, we’re here to help you navigate the path to self-acceptance and resilience.

Together, we’ll work through the emotional scars left by racial discrimination and explore how your racial identity can be a source of strength, pride, and personal growth.

Our collaborative work will help you develop the tools and insights necessary to thrive while embracing your racialized identity. Whether you’re seeking support for personal growth, coping with racism-related trauma, or simply exploring your racial identity, reach out to start this journey. We look forward to helping you navigate the complexities and beauty of your racialized identity, fostering a sense of empowerment, self-discovery, and well-being.

Click to learn more about our experts on racialized identity:

Alyssa Howard, MACP, RP
Rufaro Gundu, RP (qualifying), MACP (candidate), she/her
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Refuge: Hamilton Centre for Newcomer Health (HCNH)

HCNH provides counselling and wellness support to the newcomer population in Hamilton.

Healing in Colour

Healing in Colour offers a directory of BIPOC therapists and allied professionals across Canada. They also offer a number of resources for racialized individuals in support of mental health.

Youthrive (Youth Wellness Centre at St. Joseph’s)

Youthrive provides mental health support through counselling, peer support, support groups, and community workshops. They work with individuals who identify as Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour (BIPOC) between the ages of 17 and 25.

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