Side by Side is back!
We invite the community to join in for another interactive, inclusive discussion on the stigma of mental health in the Black community. This open conversation is an opportunity to share and engage in the experiences, barriers, and ultimate impacts surrounding mental health.
Date: Saturday, July 13th
Location: Lifeologie Counseling Oak Cliff
Cost: This event is free to the community!
For more information, please call our office during regular business hours at (972) 590-8030.
Blythe Barnes Berkhadley is a licensed professional counselor (LPC) specializing in child counseling, adolescent counseling, family counseling, and working with young adults. Blythe believes that giving clients the space to be free from judgment, independent, and unconditionally accepted is the key to healing. Blythe utilizes CBT and play therapy to help clients with an array of issues including but not limited to trauma, behavioral issues, poor coping skills, depression, anxiety, divorce/separation, attachment issues, ADHD, poor social skills, and life transitions.
Cori works with individuals and families with a variety of challenges and has a special passion for working with black women and African-American or inter-racial couples and families. She also specializes in couples counseling and communication issues. Cori believes we all have the personal power either to change our situation or to change within it. From experience, Cori knows this often is not easy to do and that counseling can help with navigating the transition.
Jasmine is passionate about working with couples, families, and individuals who are dealing with grief and loss, sexuality, school-related issues, and families with children who have special needs. She believes by focusing and building on the strengths that the system has, resiliencies can be acknowledged and change becomes possible. Underlying that belief, she is certain that people possess the resources for positive growth.