Biography

Dr. Joy Harden Bradford is a Licensed Psychologist, Speaker, Author, Media Personality, and the host of the wildly popular mental health podcast, Therapy for Black Girls. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Xavier University of Louisiana, her Master’s degree in Vocational Rehabilitation Counseling from Arkansas State, and her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from The University of Georgia.

Dr. Joy is a member of the Advisory Board for the Crisis Text Line and also a proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated. Her work focuses on making mental health topics more relevant and accessible for Black women and she delights in using pop culture to illustrate psychological concepts.

Her work has been featured in O, The Oprah Magazine, Forbes, Bustle, MTV, Huffington Post, Black Enterprise, Refinery29, Teen Vogue, and Essence. Dr. Joy lives in Atlanta, GA with her husband and two sons.

 

“A lot of times when we talk about mental illness or mental health, I think there’s a lot missing from the conversation. I don’t think we always do a great job focusing on mental wellness, and realizing that we all have mental health we have to take care of. It doesn’t always have to be about mental illness.”

Dr. Joy Harden Bradford

This Psychologist Is Changing The Face Of Therapy For Black Women, Huff Post

Timeline

Podcast Features

Myleik Teele's Podcast

Therapy for Black Girls

unladylike

How To Feel Sad

mommifacted

How to Find Your Identity When You’re a Mom with Dr. Joy Harden Bradford

Side Hustle Pro

How to Find Your Identity When You’re a Mom with Dr. Joy Harden Bradford

Art Steele Podcast

Therapy for Entrepreneurs

Celeste The Therapist

Therapy for Black Girls with Dr. Joy Harden Bradford

Joblogues

Get your mind right with Dr. Jooy Harden Bradford

Dreams In Drive

Creating A Space For You To Thrive – A Session w/ Dr. Joy of Therapy For Black Girls

The Extraordinary Negroes

Insecure Recap: “Hella Perspective”

The Loni Swain Show

Sexual Harassment Therapy with Dr. Joy Harden Bradford

Press Features

These Two Women Collaborated To Remove Mental Health Stigmas In Marginalized Communities

How Dr. Joy Harden Bradford of Therapy for Black Girls is Helping Her Community

“My hope is that Black women begin to prioritize themselves more.”

Black women and the effects of stigma, race and the pandemic: ‘There aren’t enough therapists to meet the need’

In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month 2021, Yahoo Life is profiling some of the many professionals who are focused on serving some of the country’s most marginalized populations — and on changing the field of mental health while they’re at it.

Dr. Joy Harden Bradford Is Destigmatizing Therapy for Black Girls

The psychologist and podcast host has made it her mission to help Black women prioritize their mental health. And her work is needed now more than ever. 

Neglecting Yourself Doesn’t Make You a Better Mother

Showering and eating regularly can be a form of self-care.

Dr. Joy Harden Bradford On 'Therapy For Black Girls' Podcast, Finding The Right Therapist + More

Dr. Joy Harden Bradford On ‘Therapy For Black Girls’ Podcast, Finding The Right Therapist + More

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.

How This Psychologist Is Making Therapy More Accessible For Black Millennial Women

Meet Dr. Bradford, a licensed psychologist based in Atlanta, Georgia and founder of Therapy for Black Girls.

Therapy for Black Girls: Meet The Woman On A Mission To Reduce Mental Health Stigma

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

Zaila Avant-garde is the 2021 SportsKid of the Year!

A dazzling dribbler, a spectacular speller and a scintillating scholar: @Basketballasart can do it all https://buff.ly/3cIxQ8u

Highly recommend adding #KingRichard to your weekend playlist! It was an incredible story with a beautiful and talented cast.

No. Many of us are not surprised by the outcome of this trial but the sting of that reality doesn’t hurt any less. How do you think our mental health is impacted by the constant tension of hoping and working for more while being denied even a little? It’s maddening.

Many of us can identify PTSD, but do we understand Complex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, also known as C-PTSD? Let’s explore how C-PTSD impacts our interpersonal relationships w/ @hellodrjoy & Dr. Janelle S. Peifer on the TBG Podcast. #TBGInSession
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