Today’s guest is Dr. Joy Harden Bradford, a psychologist in private practice in Decatur, GA. She is the creator of the website, blog, and podcast, Therapy for Black Girls. Her practice mainly focuses on African-American women who have gone through breakups. Dr. Joy and I are discussing how she has built this therapy and brand, and how she developed it while staying authentic and true to herself and her calling.
What We’ll Learn
- How Joy decided on the name for her website and blog, drawing inspiration from a BET awards show
- Giving yourself permission to let your personality shine through
- Finding the gentle balance between challenge and support
- Being intentional in exploring interests in a specific population
- How the website and podcast give a glimpse into who Joy is
- Focusing on a niche and working as an advocate
- What “service” means as a practitioner
- Creating content from a heart of service
- Joy’s range of services: NO normal names here!
- Why Joy chose to reach a bigger audience through podcasting
- Open doors from the podcast: new clients and connections
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