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The psychological well being of our community, and the society as a whole, is in a critical state. We are the first responders of social and mental challenges for so many individuals, families and organizations. Black Therapists Rock has a dual role to its purpose: Professional Development and Community Development. The Professional Development purpose of BTR is to unify all current or aspiring Black Counselors, coaches, spiritual advisors, LPCs, MFTs, Social Workers, and Psychologist. Through networking, training, and mentorship, we will deliver career guidance and support to ensure the highest quality of services are provided to our communities. The Community Development purpose of BTR is to inspire change through psychosocial education. Globally, we will partner with other organizations to provide free culturally relevant classes on psychological skills such as self-awareness, self-confidence, positive thinking, goal setting, responsible decision making, and healthy relationships. By normalizing/encouraging prevention based education, we reduce barriers to psychological health and decrease stigma against seeking mental health care when needed. It’s time to let the world know that we are dedicated professionals and we absolutely ROCK!


  • Discounts on BTR Conferences & Events and priority access to elite training with national partners such as Brene Brown (Daring Way & Dare to Lead), Dr. Richard Schwartz (Internal Family Systems) and Somatic Experiencing (SE).
  • Invitations to BTR community networking events
  • Eligibility for awards & scholarships
  • Potential for participation in Leadership Roles for local chapter and regional levels (coming soon).
  • Intrinsic rewards of supporting an organization that ACTIVELY serves YOUR community (financially enabling outreach programs and events)
  • Periodic Free promotional products/items with new membership
  • Access to Racial Trauma Academy (Coming Soon)

The price for membership is $222.00 per Year.

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The contents of this website and the associated programming is not medical advice and is strictly for information and educational purposes. The information provided on our website, during live programming, in recordings, or marketing material or in resources provided by us, our partners, or other attendees is not intended to be a substitute for medical care, diagnosis, treatment, or medical guidance from your physician. Black Therapists Rock does not endorse any medications, interventions, supplements and advises you to always seek the guidance of a qualified medical professional who has access to your complete medical history before partaking in any activity or making medical decisions. Black Therapists Rock does not provide referrals or legal advice.

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You can terminate your account at any time. Just send us an email at [email protected]. We are not obligated to refund you for any services already provided in the event that you opt to terminate your account.

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We can suspend or terminate your account if we believe you have violated any part of our Terms of Service as described in this document. Violating our Terms of Service may get you banned from our live programming and may result in closure of your account at our discretion. Where possible, we will notify you of an account termination or suspension.

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Service violations include but are not limited to what has been described in our terms of service and also includes any kind of abuse of presenters or attendees, hosts, and Black Therapists Rock staff or our partners. If you violate our terms during a live program, we reserve the right to remove you from the meeting or webinar. Abuse includes but is not limited to harassment, indecency, obscenity, violation of copyright and intellectual property laws, anything prohibited by civil or criminal law, and any activity that could be construed as a threat to any member of our community on any platform we or our partners use.

BTR is unable to provide refunds for this annual membership. Your status will be honored for 365 days from date of purchase. We welcome your feedback about how we can better support our members.Please send questions, concerns or suggestions to [email protected].

Carl Hart, PhD

Carl Hart

Dr. Carl Hart is the Chair of the Department of Psychology at Columbia University. He is also the Ziff Professor of Psychology in the Departments of Psychology and Psychiatry. Professor Hart has published numerous scientific and popular articles in the area of neuropsychopharmacology and is co-author of the textbook Drugs, Society and Human Behavior (with Charles Ksir). His most recent book, High Price: A Neuroscientist’s Journey of Self-Discovery That Challenges Everything You Know About Drugs and Society, was the 2014 winner of the PEN/E.O. Wilson Literary Science Writing Award. Professor Hart has appeared on multiple podcasts, radio and television shows including Real Time with Bill Maher and The O’Reilly Factor. He has also appeared in several documentary films including the award-winning “The House I Live In.” His essays have been published in several popular publications including The New York Times, Scientific American, The Nation, Ebony, The Root, and O Globo (Brazil’s leading newspaper).

Paulette Simone Smith, LCSW

Paulette Simone Smith

Paulette Smith, LCSW-C, is a licensed clinical therapist specializing in cannabis therapeutics, adolescent development, and the establishment of productive, results-oriented teams in support of culturally competent treatment. Paulette has used creativity and innovation to build a knowledge base that offers her clients first-class care and consulting services. She also applies that knowledge and creativity in training and educational settings providing authentic, realistic, and easily applicable guidance on various topics. Her expertise has been cultivated over 15+ years in school-based, clinical, private practice, and dispensary settings to acquire a range of skills in traditional and non-traditional counseling practices that scientifically incorporate the integration of cannabis products. A trailblazer in her own right, Paulette is highly sought after to share her knowledge in the growing cannabis therapy field. She possesses an entrepreneurial spirit and has launched a platform for exploring cannabis therapeutics called Canna Heals, LLC, in addition to her counseling practice, Paulette Simone & Associates, Inc. In addition to the real-world experiences that refined her talents, Paulette obtained her bachelor’s in broadcast journalism from Bowie State University, a master’s in Social Work from Morgan State University, and a Master’s in Medical Cannabis Science Therapeutics from the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy. Ms. Smith is currently pursuing her Doctorate in Social Work at Simmons University.

Sa'ed Al Olimat

Sa'ed Al-Olimat

Dr. Sa’ed Al-Olimat, PharmD is a Taiwanese-Jordanian first generation American immigrant. He is a licensed pharmacist, community pharmacy manager, and educator of psychedelic medicine. He has worked with pharmaceutical companies, prescriber clinics, hospice and palliative care organizations, insurance groups, and other settings to enhance patient care. Dr. Sa’ed’s passion in advancing mental health outcomes led him to investigatie psilocybin and other classical psychedelic compounds as tools for mental, spiritual, and emotional support.

Dr. Sa’ed currently serves as a Co-Founder of the Psychedelic Pharmacists Association, Founder of PsiloHealth, advisor to a few psychedelic companies and organizations, as well as a Board Director for his local county pharmacists association. In his free time, he enjoys practicing Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.

Mischa Dansby, RN

Mischa Dansby

Mischa Dansby, is an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse specializing in Women’s Health who was raised in Huber Heights, Ohio. She received her Bachelor’s in Nursing from Wright State University. After her graduation, she joined the Air Force and has continued to serve for 22 years. During her Air Force career, she completed her Master’s in Nursing and became certified as a Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner at The Ohio State University. She is currently studying at the University of Cincinnati pursuing certification as a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner. Additionally, she is completing her training as an Internal Family Systems Therapist. Mischa is passionate about supporting women on their journey towards healing and wholeness.

Hanifa Nayo Washington

Hanifa Nayo Washington

Hanifa Nayo Washington, she/her/hers, is a social entrepreneur, sacred activist, digital designer, and healing justice practitioner. Hanifa is the co-founder and the Chief of Strategy of Fireside Project, the San Francisco based non-profit that operates the first national Psychedelic Peer Support Line with a mission to help people minimize the risks and fulfill the potential of their psychedelic experiences. The support line, featured in the Rolling Stone, Forbes, Esquire, and Tech Crunch, launched in April of 2021 and has already supported thousands of community members. Hanifa Nayo is also the Co-founder and Organizing Principal of One Village Healing, an online BIPOC centered healing, resilience, and psychedelic wellness space.

Victor Cabral, MSW

Victor Cabral

Victor Cabral, MSW, LSW, CCTP-I, (He/Him/His) is a collaborative and strategic leader who is making an impact on historical inequalities in his community and across the United States. Victor is the Founder of Dreamers of the Day, LLC, and serves as the Director of Policy and Regulatory Affairs for Fluence International Inc., a company that provides evidence-based training in psychedelic therapy and integration services to clinicians across the globe. Before joining Fluence, Victor served as Deputy Director for the Pennsylvania Governor’s Office of Advocacy and Reform where he co-led the implementation of the Trauma-Informed PA Plan, helped establish the first Racial Day of Healing in Pennsylvania history, and developed free trauma trainings for Pennsylvanians in collaboration with BIPOC mental health and trauma, and psychedelic medicine. He is a Licensed Social Worker and practicing psychotherapist in Pennsylvania with training in Internal Family Systems, Psychedelic-Assisted Psychotherapy and Psychedelic Integration.

Deran Young

Deran Young,

Deran Young is a licensed therapist, CDWF, CDTL, co-author of New York Times Best Seller, You Are Your Best Thing, retired military officer, and the founder of Black Therapists Rock. Black Therapists Rock is a non profit organization that mobilizes over 30,000 mental health professionals committed to reducing the psychological impact of systemic oppression and intergenerational trauma. She obtained her social work degree from University of Texas, where she studied abroad in Ghana, West Africa for two semesters creating a high school counseling center for under-resourced students.

Deran’s passion for culture and people has led her to become a highly sought after diversity and inclusion consultant working with companies like BBERG, Facebook, Linked In, Field Trip Health, and YWCA. Deran’s advocacy expands over several online and offline platforms. With a current social media audience of over 100,000 followers on IG and Facebook, Deran has become a leading influencer and public figure committed to spreading mental health awareness and improving health equity.