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Oludara (Dara) Adeeyo is a mental health therapist and author of Self-Care for Black Women. She is passionate about helping people improve their overall well-being, especially, Black women. 

Through joy and levity, Oludara loves inspiring others to deepen the connection with their intuition to help reduce anxiety and increase self-esteem. 

Based in Los Angeles, California, Oludara is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW). She recently worked as a full-time psychiatric social worker, assisting individuals who are experiencing homelessness, substance issues, and severe/persistent mental illnesses. Oludara specializes in helping people of the global majority, especially Black women, manage racism related stress and intergenerational trauma. 

Oludara has a Master of Social Work from University of Southern California, and a Bachelor of Arts in Print Journalism with a Minor in Women's Studies from Hofstra University.

Before becoming a social worker, Oludara spent seven-plus years working as a writer and editor. She has been an associate web editor at Cosmopolitan and the managing editor at XXL

Affirmations for Black Women: A Journal is her second book.