Dr. Heather Lofton, LMFT
Dr. Heather C. Lofton is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) and academic faculty member. Dr. Lofton focuses her research and clinical practice on Black women's health issues and Black professional women with depression, anxiety, interpersonal and work-life balance concerns. In her practice and research, Dr. Lofton strives to highlight the need for more accessible and relatable research content and therapeutic spaces.
Feeling S.A.D.? with Dr. Heather Lofton, LMFT
What does seasonal affective disorder look like, especially for Black women?
What Are Your 2023 Boundaries? with Dr. Heather Lofton
Learn what it means to have boundaries in relationships, ultimately in protection of your “interpersonal peace”.
Black Women And Engagement In Therapy by Dr. Heather Lofton, LMFT
Healing vs. Patching by Dr. Heather Lofton, LMFT
Am I Too Busy for Therapy? by Dr. Heather Lofton, LMFT
Setting Our Self-Capacity Boundaries by Dr. Heather Lofton, LMFT
How Stress Shows Up by Dr. Heather Lofton, LMFT
Learning the ways that stress shows up for you is key to building awareness and recognizing what coping skills and tools will work for you. In this Lab, you’ll explore:
1. Culturally relevant stress definitions and how they apply to you.
2. Clinical definitions of stress and the stress signals...
Black Woman's Historical Relationship to Stress by Dr. Heather Lofton, Ph.D,LMFT
Stress shows up physically, emotionally and mentally. What isn’t always known is pur historical relationship to stress, and the social and generational ways it impacts us in our lifetimes. In this Lab, you’ll:
1. Understanding myths and messages you’ve absorbed around stress, exploring how they...