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Sad Girls Club is giving mental health resources and even free therapy to their community of Black women and femmes. 

Nov 23 2022

Sad Girls Club is giving mental health resources and even free therapy to their community of Black women and femmes. After filmmaker Elyse Fox struggled with her own mental health and shared her story, the positive feedback she received from women who inspired her to create the Sad Girls Club Instagram page. Since 2017, their following has grown to 265K and the brand has become a trusted place to find mental health resources for Black women, who too often aren’t represented in mental health conversations. Knowing how difficult it can be for BIPOC women to find therapists that look like them, the platform has now launched Remedy, a “free 1:1 talk therapy program.” According to Fox, “It’s so important for you to have [a therapist who can] understand your language and perspective. You don’t want to have to code switch in a room where you’re supposed to be your true, authentic self.” (Refinery29 Unbothered)