News & Events

1st Quarterly Sister Circle Meetup

 Career Coaching w/ Toya Marie | July 24, 2021 

"Serving the Whole Woman" The 1st Quarterly Sister Circle Meetup is coming to Atlanta, GA on July 24th, 2021. Same Saturday sister vibes but we will be LIVE and in person. 

Event Details

4hr workshop on career elevation and mental/emotional wellness

Champagne luncheon

Dinner & Hookah Fun

We look to see you there. Whether you are coming in for the day or planning to make a night of it Get more info with the links below.

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Recalibration & Intentionality Journal Writing Workshop

May 22 | 3PM | Seattle, WA

"Tapping into the therapeutic benefits of journaling"

Event Details

Encourage the practice of self-care with this Recalibration &

Intentionality Journal writing workshop. Led by Solution Focused Therapist & Life Coach Toni Williams, this workshop will center shifting your mindset, creating spaces to thrive, and ways to keep self-care at the forefront of your daily regime. 

 

Appetizers and libations included.

Purchase tickets using the link below:

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Seattle-native Toni L. Williams, mental health therapist and K-12 educator who specializes in adult and childhood trauma, offers these tips for overcoming trauma. 

The Seattle Times | May 14, 2021

“Therapy should be a safe space where you can come and process while gaining strategies for your ‘toolbox’ from a person who has cultural competencies from working with people that look like you.”

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Centering the Mental Health of Black Youth

Mental Health Tour Event | February 25, 2021

As a part of the national Well Beings initiative, KCTS 9 has partnered with the WA Therapy Fund Foundation blmskc and The Root of Our Youth for a virtual event to address youth mental health and well-being. The event will center and support Black youth as they continue to build their power, and the friends, family and community that surround them. We’ll hear from national and local organizations and individuals who are addressing the mental health needs of Black youth every day. We will discuss barriers, reducing stigma and successful strategies for mental health and well-being within the Black community, featuring the testimony of teens and young adults with lived experience. 

The content of the virtual event is appropriate for ages 13 and up.

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Kids of Color Navigate Experiences with Racism

KING 5 Interview | October 12, 2020

Mental health therapist Toni Williams says experiences of racism can be harmful for children and create a burden of loneliness.
The content of the virtual event is appropriate for ages 13 and up.