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Why

choose

Menti

as

your

main

therapy

source

We offer therapy where you don't have to explain yourself.

Diverse Therapist Database to Book One-on-One Sessions

Live Well-Being Workshops

Group Therapy Sessions

Connect with your Community

Our

quality

therapists

will

guide

therapy-seekers

through

the

entire

process

Access educational materials

It can be challenging to know where to start and we want you to find the right therapist and get the most out of therapy. Check out our educational content from Women of Color therapists on how to do this!

Find a Culturally Competent Therapist

We understand that it can be draining to find a therapist who understands you. Check out our Counselor database of therapists passionate about working with Women of Color and trained to do so.

Find a Community

Share your story or read through the stories of your peers in our Blog feature. Find identity-based Group Therapy sessions and connect with a support network who can help you thrive wherever you are in your life journey.

Attend Live Curated Workshops

We have partnered with therapists, yogis, and dance instructors to bring you free (and premium!) workshops to help navigate your identity, de-stress and relax, and have some fun. Check out our Workshop Calendar tab to find our events.

Menti

helps therapists

connect

with the

communities

they care about.

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us

about

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and Therapy Groups you want to see in this

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Why

did

we start Menti?

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"Despite exhibiting symptoms of an eating disorder, it took a long time to be diagnosed...my eating disorder symptoms were obfuscated because my blackness did not fit the societal eating disorder stereotypes...it took meeting with a therapist of color to get the diagnosis and treatment that saved my life"

-Gloria Oladipo, Vogue