Back to Me: Black Women’s Healing and Support Group

Led by Johnia Murray MA, LCMHC-A
Starting May 21st, 2024

Evolve, Emote, Express

At Back to Me, we encourage each member to express themselves authentically, emote without judgment, and embark on a journey of personal evolution. Through shared experiences, mutual support, and compassionate guidance, we empower one another to embrace our truths, heal from past wounds, and thrive as empowered Black women.

7752 Gateway Ln NW, Concord, NC 28027

Johnia Murray 704-896-7776

Meeting Schedule:
Every other Tuesday starting May 21st, 2024


Topics for Discussion:

  • Anxiety & Coping Mechanisms
  • Depression and Strategies for Resilience
  • Effective Communication Techniques for Asserting Boundaries & Expressing Needs
  • Navigating Relationships (both intimate and platonic) with Authenticity and Respect
  • Exploring Societal and Cultural Experiences Unique to Black Women

Welcome to ‘Back to Me: Black Women’s Healing and Supportive Circle’
A safe and nurturing space crafted exclusively for Black women to embark on a transformative journey toward self-discovery, healing, and growth. Our circle is founded on the principle that by coming together in solidarity and authenticity, we can reclaim our power, honor our experiences, and cultivate resilience.

Advantages for women who participate in a women’s group:

  • Discovering their strengths and resources
  • Working on interpersonal relationships
  • Emotional identification and expression
  • Understanding of the interconnection of metnal and physical health
  • Practicing and modeling new behaviors in a safe environment
  • Finding their “Voice”

How does it work?

These discussions provide a safe space for sharing insights, seeking guidance, and offering support as we navigate the complexities of our lives. Together, we engage in meaningful dialogue, fostering personal growth and collective empowerment. Join us in “back to Me” as we embrace these conversations and journey towards empowerment, healing, and transformation, guided by the strength of our collective sisterhood.

Black Women’s Healing and Support Circle will be led by:

Johnia Murray MA, LCMHC-A