ELEVATE YOUR MENTAL HEALTH + EMOTIONAL WELLNESS

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WHO WE ARE

WITTED ROOTS

is a mental health + emotional wellness platform for millennial women of color, rooted in themes of self-reflection + vulnerability.

We hold space for millennial women of color to discover the tools & resources necessary to thoughtfully address and intentionally approach their mental health + emotional wellness.

What You Can Expect From Witted Roots

From articles to expert-led programming, we're all about making it easier for you to have a more intentional relationship with your mental health + emotional wellness.

Live Sessions

The best place to catch all of the gems dropped by experts in the mental health + emotional wellness industry. All actionable + relevant, that you can use as a resource to thoughtfully address your mental health.

Wellness Sessions

Where you come to be lead in impactful wellness practices in real-time by talented practitioners in various modalities. Think breathwork, and meditation, just to name a couple.

Frequently Asked Questions

Most frequent questions and answers

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Everything we do is to support our main mission: help millennial women of color thoughtfully address and intentionally approach their mental health + emotional wellness.

We invite non-binary folx and transwomen to find this a welcoming platform for them as well. The most important thing is that you love what we’re doing and want to be an active part of it!

We would love to connect with you!

You can contact us via our Contact Us page here.

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Latest Articles From Witted Roots

Our editorial team spends their days listening to our audience + assessing their needs to write about topics that offer practical information + actionable strategies for millennial women of color. Check out the most recent articles below:

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Suicidal Ideation In Millennial Women Of Color

Life can be difficult. Work, dating, marriage, raising children, and losing loved ones. Sometimes, the pains of life can be so intense that an individual wants to do something harmful to end that pain.  But what happens before then? Are...

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How To Decide If Online Therapy Is Right For You

Thinking about working with a therapist can be a difficult concept to consider. When you factor in personal, financial, and cultural factors, the barriers can feel insurmountable. It is a deeply personal decision and often comes with many questions. Is...

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Wondering why you can't ever seem to be satisfied with your accomplishments, even though you worked hard for them? It may be impostor syndrome

Overcoming Impostor Syndrome

“Chasing dreams is a marathon, not a sprint.” Nipsey Hussle  (August 15, 1985- March 31, 2019) Imagine running your victory lap. It’s the final stretch, and you’re exactly where you’d only dreamed of before this point. You’ve made it. You’ve...

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How well do you think you know how to cope with sadness? Here are five ways to get you started with better navigating your emotions.

How To Cope With Sadness

Earlier this week my brother said to me that he was feeling a bit stressed and was unsure of how to navigate his online schooling. My initial response in my head was “you’re 15, what could you possibly be stressed...

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