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The ‘Black Elephant’ In The Therapy Room

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  • Thank you for so beautifully articulating C-PTSD. I feel that it truly is the silent burden of black women. Because to admit that the traumatic experiences leave a lasting pyschological impact is to “bring shame” to the family.

    But no more. Today, tomorrow and forever, we continue to speak up and heal.

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