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publications & media

Womanist Healing is honored to have been featured in various publications and media outlets, including academic literature, wellness magazines, blogs, television, and radio in North America and Africa. 



This pioneering Canadian book offers a vital resource for both students and practitioners, presenting an ethical and culturally relevant approach to African-centred service provision.


In this article, founder Amma Gyamfowa and a Black therapist discuss the "strong Black woman" trope and its negative impact on Black women's mental health. She also provides advice for those in one-sided relationships.

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This article explores the challenges and emotional complexities of motherhood, aiming to normalize the experience of facing trials and negative emotions while continuing to provide care and nurture for one's children.


This article highlights the significance of acknowledging Black fatigue and prioritizing Black wellness to advance Decent Work for Black workers in the nonprofit sector. It emphasizes that centering Black joy is critical for combating anti-Black racism.

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