When treating mental health issues related to racial identity, it's vital to recognize and acknowledge the individual's experiences of racism, discrimination, and prejudice. Culturally sensitive therapy that focuses on the person's racial identity can be a helpful way to build resilience and lessen the impact of these stressors. Additionally, addressing any internalized racism or negative beliefs about their racial identity is crucial. Exploring the impact of racism on their self-esteem, relationships, and overall well-being can be achieved through group therapy, individual therapy, or a combination of both. Community resources, support groups, and advocacy services can provide a sense of connection and validation. Ultimately, the aim of treatment is to help the individual develop coping skills and strategies that encourage resilience, self-acceptance, and overall well-being.