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My name is Erica Talbert, and I am passionate about the adverse effects of racial and intergenerational trauma within the Black community. My work is inspired by clients who struggle with poor racial identity development and self-esteem due to racism and discrimination. Although systemic racism and oppression are complex issues with no simple solution, I am committed to working on ameliorating its devastating effects in the Black community.

As a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, I am invested in serving Black individuals and families by empowering, educating, and advocating for mental health. I aim to support individuals navigate through their healing journey to achieve emotional wellness, authenticity and develop a healthy relationship with themselves and others. My mission is to remind each person that they are worthy of their dreams and Black mental health matters.

Chimère G. Holmes, LPC

Hello & Welcome! I’m Chimère and I am passionate about helping individuals, couples, and families strengthen their communication skills and enhance the quality of their relationships. I specialize in women’s issues, multicultural counseling, spirituality, and assisting couples cultivate fulfilling and reciprocal partnerships.

As a Licensed Professional Counselor, I have a heart for families and racial justice issues. I firmly believe that everyone deserves quality mental healthcare, especially individuals that are marginalized and oppressed. When it comes to therapy, the Black community has been underserved and underrepresented. In matters of mental health care and psychological well being, we have been silent and in the dark for far too long. I help clients squash the stigma and speak up in order to healthily identify and process emotional and relational barriers.

My work with clients seeks to improve self-esteem, cultivate self-compassion, embrace racial and cultural identity, in addition to discovering one’s spiritual path and fundamental values. I operate from the stance that we are tripartite persons—spiritual beings having a human experience. My scholar/practitioner therapeutic approach assists clients in setting goals before working through the process of change and growth. It is my distinct pleasure to serve the greater Philadelphia area in the dimensions of social, emotional, behavioral, and spiritual health, because Black mental health matters.

My name is Erica Talbert, and I am passionate about the adverse effects of racial and intergenerational trauma within the Black community. My work is inspired by clients who struggle with poor racial identity development and self-esteem due to racism and discrimination. Although systemic racism and oppression are complex issues with no simple solution, I am committed to working on ameliorating its devastating effects in the Black community.

As a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, I am invested in serving Black individuals and families by empowering, educating, and advocating for mental health. I aim to support individuals navigate through their healing journey to achieve emotional wellness, authenticity and develop a healthy relationship with themselves and others. My mission is to remind each person that they are worthy of their dreams and Black mental health matters.

Chimère G. Holmes, LPC

Hello & Welcome! I’m Chimère and I am passionate about helping individuals, couples, and families strengthen their communication skills and enhance the quality of their relationships. I specialize in women’s issues, multicultural counseling, spirituality, and assisting couples cultivate fulfilling and reciprocal partnerships.

As a Licensed Professional Counselor, I have a heart for families and racial justice issues. I firmly believe that everyone deserves quality mental healthcare, especially individuals that are marginalized and oppressed. When it comes to therapy, the Black community has been underserved and underrepresented. In matters of mental health care and psychological well being, we have been silent and in the dark for far too long. I help clients squash the stigma and speak up in order to healthily identify and process emotional and relational barriers.

My work with clients seeks to improve self-esteem, cultivate self-compassion, embrace racial and cultural identity, in addition to discovering one’s spiritual path and fundamental values. I operate from the stance that we are tripartite persons—spiritual beings having a human experience. My scholar/practitioner therapeutic approach assists clients in setting goals before working through the process of change and growth. It is my distinct pleasure to serve the greater Philadelphia area in the dimensions of social, emotional, behavioral, and spiritual health, because Black mental health matters.

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