Black Girl Money Mysteries: Mental Financial Wellness with Kala Lacy
Welcome to our Black Girl Money Mysteries, in today's episode we're talking with guest co, Kala Lacy MFT, Yoga Psychotherapist(t)/ Founder @thewellhealing about Mental Financial Wellness
We had a great time chatting about:
Therapy for people of color
Experience of a black queer woman and her the start of her company The Well
History of the Tuskegee Experiment and the stigma of the medical community
My journey of therapy
The power of being a student and accessing therapy
BetterHelp and Talk Space and the affordability
The right to cry like a woman of color
Maryam Ajayi article about Fragility in the wellness industry
Discovering when and how to be an Ally
Black Women Therapist
You can chat with Kala at Bend it Like Lacy on Instagram
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