FREE, ONLINE SUPPORT GROUP

Women of Color

Facilitated by Ashanti Boston, MHC

Weekly, Tuesdays at 5:00pm
Via a secure, Live Video Platform.
19 yrs and older. (A Closed Group)

This group creates a safe space for women of color to talk about the struggles of balancing their racial identity and gender identity. They will have an opportunity to talk about how society can sometimes make the two identifiers at odds and learn how to love and stand up for both.

Examples of topics of discussion: 

  • What it means to be a woman of color
  • What it means to be a woman
  • Feelings like one has to choose between being a person of color or being a woman
  • The struggles of loving men and other genders of color
  • Having more than one marginalized identifier
  • Loving all of who you are

We will call you for a brief introductory call, to confirm the group is right for you.

Please complete the for below to register for the FREE Online Support Group.



Ashanti Boston, MHC

My variety of experience ranges from child welfare, court cases, foster care, crisis intervention, individual, family and group therapy. Ashanti is dedicated to treating children and adolescents.

She has received both her Bachelor’s in Psychology and her Master’s degree from the College of Staten Island. Ashanti provides a safe, judgment-free and supportive environment for her clients in order to better assist them with any behavioral, emotional or social issues. Ashanti applies a variety of modalities to provide individualized therapy to each client, including existential theory, feminist theory, and psycho-education. Ashanti conducts sessions through an empowerment-based perspective to engage and motivate her clients in their own change. Ashanti is trained in an evidence-based therapy model called functional family therapy that is both reliable and validated through research. She also has experience with treating anxiety, depression, relational issues, ADHD, PTSD, and relational concerns. Area of focus: • Trauma, Child/Adolescent Therapy, Depression and Anxiety, Grief & Loss, Peer Relationships, Self-esteem Issues, Anger, Stress Management, Academic Concerns.