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I’m Dr. Joy Harden Bradford, a Licensed Psychologist, author, media contributor, and podcast host of Therapy for Black Girls based in Atlanta, GA. 

You can find me at the intersection of Psychology and Pop Culture. 

What is Therapy for Black Girls?

Therapy for Black Girls is an online space dedicated to encouraging the mental wellness of Black women and girls. So often the stigma surrounding mental health issues and therapy prevent Black women from taking the step of seeing a therapist. I developed the space to present mental health topics in a way that feels more accessible and relevant.


Summit 21 – June 7-8, 2019









Why Am I Grieving Someone I Didn't Know?

by Dr. Joy Harden Bradford | Therapy for Black Girls


This Psychologist Is Changing The Face Of Therapy For Black Women

The founder of the website Therapy for Black Girls is working to empower black women to make their mental health a priority.

I wrote "An Offering for Ma'Khia" for @Refinery29.

I want us to honor all Black children w/ imperfect stories and question why we skip over fatphobia in our fight for Black liberation.

Thank you @BrookeObie for calling on me for these words.

Announcement! Job Opportunity! Please RT!!

I’m leaving my post as editor for social and behavioral sciences @ScienceMagazine and they’re looking for my replacement. It’s a fantastic, important, meaningful job. Deadline June 10, rolling basis. Link below

Enjoying this conversation about the process of filming #TheUndergroundRailroad. Would love to hear more about how the therapist on set worked with the cast.

Did not expect to spend my Saturday crying but here we are. This was such a beautiful offering! Thank you so much for your work and sharing these stories @APshantology. Check it out on @netflix when you get a chance. #InOurMothersGardens

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