Calling Sistas Who Are Ready to Amplify Their Voices
If you're a Black woman and have asked yourself the following questions, you're in the right place...
How do I stop doubting myself and my worth?
What are some strategies to help me better manage stress?
What's stopping me from seeking support?
When is a good time to start speaking up for myself?
Why do I suppress my stress then act out when overwhelming?
What can I do if I don't feel emotionally safe?
How do I lean into being the only one for my sanity and benefit?
Who Are We
Space for Sistas is a wellness community advocating for Black women and girls to dream, decide and do what's necessary to live well.
At Space for Sistas, we provide wellness-based inspiration, information and initiatives for Black women and girls to become the best version of themselves without sacrificing their identities.
About Your Host
Dr. Dominique Pritchett is the founder of Space for Sistas. She believes that Black women and girls deserve to be seen, supported and safe in every space. Period.
Using her S.I.S.T.A. Methodology™, Dr. Dominique influences women across professions to build strategies to increase emotional safety, stress management and effective support systems so they can live productively.
After winning a settlement agreement for discrimination and retaliation, she chose not to return to the corporate world and built her own private mental health practice and coaching businesses. Dr. Dominique quickly learned how being one of few or the only one in the room contributed to burnout. This gave her the breakthrough to amplify her voice and position herself to advocate for Black women who are facing similar challenges.
Her quick wit, confidence and strategic approach has transformed many women's lives from therapy sessions, coaching sessions or from the speaking stage. Through her podcast and Facebook Group, which are both called Space for Sistas, Dr. Dominique is helping women around the world learn how to better manage stress for personal and professional success.
Dr. Dominique has been featured internationally, nationally and locally on BBC Radio, Women's Health Magazine, Shondaland, The New York Times, WTMJ-4 News and more.