Tamera Wright, LMSW, has worked in mental health for the last 4.5 years. She completed her undergraduate studies at Alabama A&M University and her graduate studies at University of Texas at Arlington. With an approach grounded in self-love and self-compassion, Tamera wants clients to learn how to show themselves kindness throughout the therapeutic process and appreciate how hard and brave it is to seek support. Tamera has developed a self esteem support group enhancing an individual’s overall well-being through self-love and positive self-talk. She is an advocate of overall well-being through self-love and positive self-talk. She is an advocate of cultivating grace with one’s self as well as maintaining self-identity and wellbeing through self-awareness, self-care, self-love and self-compassion.
Panel: Black & Kinky
A conversation with black panelists who are members of the BDSM/Kink community on the intersectionality of their identities and the stigma attached to exploring one’s sexuality while being Black. This engaging discussion will cover how to manage these two identities both within and outside the Black and Kink communities, how gender shapes our self-perception within these communities, and how BDSM/Kink can help to heal and reclaim power.