How Women of Color Can Manage PPD Symptoms And Flourish!

You’re NOT Going Through This Alone. Even Celebrities Need Help!

A Free Course To Help Mothers of Color Manage Post Partum Depression And Flourish.

Cardi B

Rapper Cardi B confessed to suffering from postpartum depression after giving birth to her daughter Kulture in 2019. The 28-year-old female rapper was candid about her post-childbirth experience in an interview with Harper Bazaar.

Serena Williams

In a 2018 interview with Vogue magazine, tennis superstar Serena Williams opened up about her difficult childbirth experience, and about feelings of inadequacy as a new mother saying “mostly, I felt like I was not a good mom.”

Chrissy Teigen

Back in 2017, Chrissy Teigan told Glamour magazine that although everyone around her knew she was suffering from PPD, she herself was totally oblivious to it. She admitted to having a very difficult time coming to terms with it.

This Course Is For You If:

  • You are a mother of color ie: Black, Asian, East Indian, Latin, Indigenous, middle eastern.
  • Feel depressed, sad, or have suicidal thoughts
  • Feel you’ve been treated unfairly by the medical system during pregnancy
  • Have thoughts of harming your baby
  • Feel like you’re an unfit mother
  • Loss of energy, motivation and, appetite
  • Feelings of insecurity 
  • Other feelings of inadequacy, anger, sadness

If you’re a new mom and you’re experiencing some or most of these symptoms you may be suffering from PPD. Postpartum depression has no preference when it comes to ethnicity. However, many women of color suffer an additional level of stress due to inequality in the medical treatment they receive.

Managing PPD (Free Course)

Tips and tools to help mothers of color overcome postpartum depression. In this 4-module audio course we will cover the following:


An overview of PPD and what you need to know

  • Lesson 1: What is PPD? How long does it last and am I at risk?
  • Lesson 2: Symptoms, warning signs, and how to spot them


Why PPD matters in communities of color

  • Lesson 3: What black and ethnic women need to know about PPD
  • Lesson 4: What to do if you’re treated less than fair by a medical professional


Tips to manage the postpartum storm

  • Lesson 5: Understanding your rights at work
  • Lesson 6: Your well being matters, how to ask for help

MODULE 4 (Bonus)

But sunshine can come

  • Lesson 7: Developing a plan of continued healing and connection

Listen Anywhere

This free postpartum course is available via our course platform and can be consumed at your own pace, and from any device:

  • Desktop
  • Laptop
  • iPhone
  • Android
  • Tablet