FREE ONLINE EVENT:
      August 2, 3:oopm (EDT)

Register       Register for "Managing Grief & Trauma," an interactive online meeting to:

 
   - Explore the cycle of grief and its relationship with trauma

   - Discover how COVID-19 and racial injustice impact grief and trauma

   - Learn effective skills and interventions for grief and trauma

   - Discuss the importance of self-care to avoid chronic grief

   - Explore meditation, check-ins, daily motivations, and therapy to assist in self-care


   Please bring your questions to discuss with your peers and our expert clinician.

   We look forward to seeing you there.

FREE ONLINE EVENT open to all BPN members:
August 2, 3:00pm (EDT) / 2:00pm (CST)


MANAGING GRIEF & TRAUMA

Register for this interactive online meeting to:

  • Explore the cycle of grief and its relationship with trauma
  • Discover how COVID-19 and racial injustice impact grief and trauma
  • Learn effective skills and interventions for grief and trauma
  • Discuss the importance of self-care to avoid chronic grief
  • Explore meditation, check-ins, daily motivations, and therapy to assist in self-care

Please bring your questions to discuss with your peers and our expert clinician.

Click here
to register now.

Free online therapy is available to BPN members through our partnership with Hurdle.

We are invested in the health and wellness of the Black principals who are helping to shape the future of our children and our world.

We understand that you face many different challenges and want to be of support in the best ways possible.

BPN members can attend free therapy sessions in the following states: CA, FL, GA, MA, MD, TN, TX, VA and Washington, DC.
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Use group code hurdle4bpn when registering for therapy.

March 1st | 6pm - 7pm ET: The Emotional Pandemic: Understanding the Multidimensional Impact on Educators Post COVID-19
Presenter: Megan Bhatia-Mohamed


The Emotional Pandemic has three facets: physical, racial, and economical. Join us as we take a deep dive on how these three dimensions specifically impact BIPOC educators' health and mental health. The objective of this workshop will be to shine a lens on how we can develop adaptive coping skills to improve balance and decrease the mental impact the emotional pandemic has taken on our lives.

Click here to register for Hurdle's next virtual workshop.

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No ATM fees. No minimum balance. No overdrafts.
"Systemic racism is the most fundamental social determinant of Black mental health."

Frequently asked questions

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Is the therapy really free?
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Yes. A set number of therapy hours are covered by Black Principals Network, so you will not need to pay for your sessions. Be sure to enter the group code hurdle4bpn on the registration form when you sign up. Insurance information is not needed.

Are therapy sessions held in person?
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For your convenience, all Hurdle therapy sessions are held online. You will receive a link to join your session in the reminder email for each of your sessions.

How long are therapy sessions?
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Therapy sessions are 45 minutes long.

How often will I meet with my therapist?
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During your first session, your therapist will work with you to determine how often you will meet going forward.

I’ve never been to therapy and I’m not sure it will be a good fit for me.
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It is normal to be unsure or hesitant about trying therapy. Hurdle offers free 15-minute consultations so you can speak with a therapist before officially registering to start therapy.

I have been to therapy before and didn’t find it effective. How is Hurdle different?
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Hurdle understands that people from diverse racial, ethnic, and cultural backgrounds are having a unique experience in this country. Our therapists are highly trained and dedicated to providing counseling that allows you to show up as your whole self. If you ever feel that your therapist is not a good match for you, Hurdle makes it simple and easy for you to switch providers. We take your feedback seriously and are committed to ensuring you have a positive and empowered experience with therapy.

Can I share my preferences before I am matched with a therapist?
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Absolutely! There is an opportunity for you to share your preferences when you register for therapy.

More Questions?
If you have any questions, you can email hello@hurdle.health or call +1(724) 250-8855
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