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A safe space for affirming mental health care for identifying Black women and women of colour.

A Woman Writing by the Window

Our Story

Get to Know Us

Since 2016, OMC Psychotherapy and Wellness Inc. has been supporting identifying Black women and women of colour, of all ages, create the lives they want to live through yoga, books, career coaching, and wellness events that empower them to find their voice and live true to what's most important to them. 

We listened to each story of courage, pain, and strength and we acted on a call for a culturally secure and safe space, like OMC Psychotherapy and Wellness Inc., for identifying Black women and women of colour to explore their mental health and learn how to manage the unique challenges they face. 

We reimagined and transformed from a wellness company into a licensed private practice offering individual and group counselling, psychotherapy, coaching, and support group services for organizations providing trauma recovery counselling tailored exclusively for the communities we serve. We understand that trauma, in its various forms, can leave indelible imprints on one's life, affecting mental, emotional, and physical well-being. Our Total Embodied Therapy is our signature group therapy program designed to help our clients heal from trauma experiences.

We believe when women are affirmed, have tools, and are surrounded by community, we're able to manage life's most difficult events with a sense of agency, and worthiness in the full expression of who we are. 

Our Vision

We aspire to be a trusted private practice supporting identifying Black women and women of colour on their journey to recover from trauma and rediscover their inner strength through culturally responsive counselling and psychotherapy.

What's Most Important to Us

Affirming Care



Compassionate Understanding




Be You.

Our first job in life as women is to get to know ourselves and I think a lot of times we don’t do that. We spend a lot of time pleasing, satisfying, looking out into the world to define who we are. Listening to the messages, the images, the limited definitions that people have of who we are.


– Michelle Obama

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