RESTORING THE KING

Our platform provides the resources, tools and community to uniquely position
Black men to better understand their own mental health and how
this affects their personal and professional lives.

Heal

Evolve

Transcend

Restoring The King is 6-week mental wellness program exclusively for Black Men.

If you are looking to improve your life on any level this program is for you. Nia Ridgle is a mental health expert specializing in Black men’s mental health. The most unique thing about this program is it’s specifically designed for Black Men by a Black Woman Clinician who has expertise in relationships, life coaching and mental wellness.

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Restoring The King is a new online program to help
Men of Color navigate mental wellness.

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Restoring the King Testimonies

Before the 6 week program, I felt lost and unsure what to do. I knew something was wrong, but I didn’t have a safe space and the tools to deal with stress, grief, and anxiety in a healthy way. I worked with Nia and now I feel more secure in myself. I am still on the journey of processing and healing from my trauma, but I now know a new freedom, love, and acceptance of myself and others.
– Jonathan Sims
I am now a more confident person as a result of working with Nia and applying the tools she provided in the 6 weeks program.
– David Lazcano
I used to feel overwhelmed from suppressing my thoughts and feelings, but now I verbalize how I feel with emotionally intelligent conversations. I used to care more about other people’s opinions about me than my own, now I take other people’s opinions as feedback. I used to subconsciously fear stepping into my greatness because it was uncomfortable, now I strive for self-actualization and do everything with intention. I used to be so caught up in the past and the future, now I focus more on being in the present. I used to play victim to my abuser/s and look at them as a villain, but I took my power back with forgiveness.
– Cameron Cash
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