Uganda Richardson LCSW is a mental health counseling and racial justice warrior. Uganda founded her private practice in 2018 in Oklahoma. The practice of mental health was born out of Uganda’s desire to fight for the rights of humans, through walking with them through life’s difficulties. The idea of starting a practice came to Uganda after the struggle of her own mental health and that of her family. Uganda recognized and felt how personal grief and trauma can impact an individual and a family. Uganda took trainings related to racial trauma, intergenerational trauma, along with training in assessment, tools and interventions for racial trauma.
Uganda specializes in affirming services to Black individuals and families with racial trauma. Uganda offers Black and Brown people liberty to be themselves in therapeutic space so they can heal forward regardless of systematic disappointments. Uganda uses different models of therapy to help individuals with their healing journey. She uses a blend of traditional psychotherapy, feminism, person-centered, humanistic, existential, Harm Reduction therapy, EMDR, reflexive therapy, mindfulness and some somatic work.
Uganda Richardson LCSW, LLC is open to serving people from diverse backgrounds. Uganda believes we all have a story to tell and we all come from a narrative that has yet to be told. We all rest on the shoulders of brave people. Come to Uganda Richardson LCSW and share your story of resilience, determination and fortitude!
To walk the journey of life with individuals and families in authentic and transparent relationships.
Uganda Richardson LCSW, LLC exists to champion racial, mental, and behavioral challenges in communities, through professional counseling, provided through an anti-racism lens.
“Therapy is a journey and we stay together until we reach the other side”