Culturally inclusive Individual & Group Services
Healthy Beginnings Psychotherapy (HBP) is a telehealth service founded by Ifeyinwa Nzerem that caters to everyone, particularly the Black Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) community. HBP specializes in treating anxiety, depression, grief and loss, eating disorders, and related conditions. The organization's primary goal is to provide comprehensive support to individuals by meeting them at their current level and guiding them toward their desired outcomes. Additionally, HBP offers culturally appropriate community referrals and equips clients with positive coping mechanisms to manage their daily challenges. Take the first step towards a healthier beginning and schedule an appointment with HBP today.
Good for individuals. This service provides culturally competent psychotherapy for diverse individuals & families with specialization in Anxiety, Depression, Grief & Loss, and Binge Eating.
The therapeutic practice is centered around Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). CBT is a talking therapy that can help you manage your problems by changing the way you think and behave. In many cases, research has shown this to be as or more effective than drug therapy and other approaches. It is a collaborative, goal-oriented, and generally time-limited treatment approach.
This workshop aims to educate participants about the symptoms of Smiling Depression, provide guidance on expressing various moods and feelings appropriately, and explore new ways to cope with routine depression. Additionally, it imparts self-care skills to the attendees.
The Binge Eating Disorders (BED) workshop is designed to help participants identify BED features, understand the diagnosis and co-existing disorder, and discuss the impact of shame, guilt, and societal media, such as Facebook, Instagram, and Tic-Tok, on weight and body image.
This workshop focuses on mindfulness techniques, body awareness practices, and group discussions to increase self-care awareness.
The Anger Management workshop is intended to help participants recognize the effects of anger on the body, identify triggers, learn ways to control emotions and engage in healthy communication practices to maintain healthy relationships.