Sister’s Healing Space
Search our Directory
About Sisters Healing Space
Therapy, Consultancy & Directory
Sisters Healing Space is committed to promoting healing and wellness for women from minority and marginalised groups, as they embark on their healing and wellness journey.
Our platform provides an online directory with culturally safe and affirming therapists and wellness services and professionals from diverse backgrounds across the country, giving our Sisters the autonomy to choose the support that best fits their needs.
We strive to destigmatise mental health and wellness practices, and promote culturally safe therapy and wellness practices by offering therapeutic workshops, promoting intercultural sisterhood through our APP, and providing racial trauma therapy and consultancy services.
Healing Together Dr Kathomi Gatwiri
Therapy For Black People & People Of Colour: Gold Coast, QLD
Sexual well-being and general mental health.: Melbourne, VIC
Beyond the therapy room
Want to talk to a sister who affirms and understands you? Our directory features therapists and wellness professionals such as; life coaches, yoga instructors, mediators, Christian counsellors and many more.
Are you a Therapist?
Join our Directory
Join the Sisters Healing Space network of therapists by listing your practice today!
What our Sisters are Saying
Whoah this page is great I love reading your articles. Keep up the good work! I'm excited to finally have a platform created by a Sisters for Sisters. The blog post and directory has helped me connect with an amazing life coach on my wellness journey.
For the last few years i've had the opportunity to collaborate with SHS on events, photoshoots and other content work. Along with having to find a therapist of colour, SHS made the experience easy and comforting. I am grateful to be a part of a growing platform that encourages working with other women of colour and focuses on creating a safe space for each other.
Sister Healing Space has offered many Craft and Chat workshops to our women at Naala Djookan Healing Centre. Each session offered is highly appreciated by participants. Nicholah is very warm and friendly. She has an innate ability to make the group feel comfortable and support them to get the best out of the session, which the women describe as being deeply fulfilling and inspiring. Choice of craft activity, constant encouragement, and reassurance by Nicholah helped our clients leave the class with a feeling of peace and healing. Thank you Nicholah for creating a safe space for our women and offering such wonderful sessions at our centre.
Organisation of African Communities in WA Inc “Let’s Talk Mental Health Night” Q&A With Nicholah Wasarirevu
Organisation of African Communities in WA Inc "Let’s Talk Mental Health Night" Q&A With...
Unmasking Racial Fatigue: Balancing Resilience and Self-Care During The Voice Referendum for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities
As we eagerly await tomorrow's highly anticipated countdown, let's also pause to reflect and...
Curtin University African Students Association (CASA) Mental Health Discussion Night: Three D’s for De-stigmatising Mental Health
Let's talk about De-stigmatising Mental Health Within African Communities. If you haven't heard,...