A book for learning
Imani is a young and happy girl with a radiant smile and a heart full of curiosity. With the most beautiful dark skin that glistens like polished ebony, Imani embarks on a journey that will inspire your mind. Imani's friends come in different shades of black. Yet, Imani can't help but wonder: Are they all the same? Do their different shades make a difference? Coming to the rescue, her loving mother teaches her a timeless lesson - that the colors of one's skin do not define their worth.
Stacy Darku is a Registered Counselling Therapist-Candidate with the Nova Scotia College of Counselling Therapists. Stacy has been working in the mental health field for over 12 years in different capacities. The essence of her work is to support individuals that are struggling to find themselves and want to heal from their trauma. She specializes in working with individuals that have experienced sexualized trauma, domestic violence, addictions, grief, sexual difficulties, and racial injustice.
Stacy uses a strength-based approach and the modalities she uses are Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Narrative Therapy, and Exposure Therapy. Stacy's approach is person-centered, culturally informed, and trauma informed and she uses approaches that best suits her client's needs. Stacy holds a Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology from Yorkville University and a Bachelor of Science in Biology-Psychology (honours) from the University of New Brunswick.