If you or someone you know is seeking treatment for the first time and has never seen a mental health provider before,
Online Counselling for
Multicultural Women of
Whether it’s anxiety, depression, relationships, racial trauma, or something else; I am here to
help you. My goal as a therapist is to not only help women of color like you feel better, but for
you to come out stronger on the other side of this.
Soul-Care vs. Self-Care Workshop
Hosted by Nancy Diaz, a trauma-informed therapist for women of color who are daughters of immigrants. This workshop will help you heal your relationship with self-care and learn what type of Soul-Care you need.
Why don't I belong?
So you’ve arrived in a new destination, a new culture – different to that of your own. Or perhaps you simply grew up in a different culture than your parents did and are realizing how much of an impact that has had on your perspective of life. You start to notice that some people consistently like to ask or insinuate the question “where are you really from?”. In that moment you feel as if you belong everywhere and nowhere at the same time. Sound familiar?
Maybe it’s the color of your skin, your accent, and receiving strange looks from the locals on top of the overwhelm of traveling that may make you feel as if you don’t belong anywhere. Have you ever felt that?
Being the daughter of immigrants has its own unique challenges that others can’t understand, and lately it has started to take a toll on your mental health. On top of that, being a woman of color in today’s politically charged climate is a feat of its own. Even if you carry it well, it doesn’t mean the load isn’t heavy. It can be exhausting and emotionally draining having to explain to others the challenges that minorities face. In fact, it can be so overwhelming you may choose to ignore that part of your identity entirely.
If you are feeling isolated, you are not alone.
It can be hard to find someone to open up to that understands what you are going through. Not only does the stigma around mental health in our communities propose a challenge, but the lack of representation of women of color in the mental health field makes finding a therapist to open up to about topics such as racial trauma even more difficult.
This is where Global Citizen Therapy steps in. I provide a safe space for you to begin the deep inner healing work you need. I hold space in a judgement free zone for you to talk about anything that you have been struggling with. It is my goal to ensure you feel empowered for taking that first step toward self-growth.
Get help and support from the comfort of your own couch, the beach, or your
Brainspotting is an innovative mind body approach to therapy that helps you locate what this is and make sense of it.
Coaching is a solutions focused approach that allows us to drill down on what it is you want your life to look like.
Get Help and Support Today!
You can book an initial 20 minute consultation via zoom or over the phone to ensure that you
have the opportunity to ask me any questions and to see if it’s a right fit. The relationship
between a client and a therapist is one of the most important factors for success in therapy,
which is why I offer this introductory call.
Hi, my name is Nancy Diaz and I do not fit perfectly into a box. I am Mexican American and the daughter of immigrants. I am also a migrant myself now as I have been living in Australia for 3 years. I am the first in my family to go to college, become a therapist, start my own business, go to therapy, live abroad, and start breaking generational cycles by speaking up about my truth. If you are also trying to pave the way and start the generational healing, I might be the right fit for you.
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