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We’re on a mission to improve the mental health of Black women so that they can show up confidently in every space of life.
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BARE Life Courses
An 8-week programme to help you delve deeper.
We can help you find a therapist for one to one counselling.
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At BARE Life Class we are all about owning our stories and sharing our experiences as we believe that by doing so, we can help others own theirs. A major issue faced by many women around the world, especially in the workplace is impostor syndrome. After Michelle...
After being diagnosed with ADHD at twenty-two, I discuss my entire diagnosis process and the stigmas we attach to mental health.