Speak to Heal

The Healacist Institute is a Therapeutic Arts & Education Wellness Institute focused on the personal development, creative social emotional learning and mental health of girls through womanhood. The Institute offers artistic presentations, programs , workshops and products dedicated to female empowerment and wellbeing.


Amplify Voices

Change Lives

R.O.Y.A.L. Voices (Readying Our Young Aspiring Leaders) is a signature Healacist Institute program that engages and expands excellence in girls by maximizing their communication, character and choices in health, so they become optimal leaders.  R.O.Y.A.L. Voices trains in 5 artistic and social-emotional areas: hip hop/lyric writing, theater/acting, poetry, singing/songwriting and public speaking/debate.

Journey On

The type of cards you deal to H.E.A.L. Each card contains a healing affirmation in the form of Rap BARZ that heal scars in major social-emotional areas. Use these cards when feeling distracted, attacked by ego, emotionally triggered, in need of willpower & discipline. It’s the cards that keep on giving so you can get in alignment with your purposeful living! Rap your way into healing with “The Healacist’s” Rapffirmation cards.

(All Rapffirmations written by Princess Best Speaks “The Healacist”)

Purchase with downloadable Rapffirmation and save $5.

Includes unlimited streaming of My Barz Heal Scars Vol. 1 HipHopMomma Vault via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.

“These black girls, they got so much POWER/our jobs to listen, remind em’ that it’s OURS…”(Mommy’s Girl Anthem). Three years ago, these 2 BARZ from The Mommy’s Girl Mixtape inspired what you are about to read…

My BARZ Heal Scars: The WombPrint to Healing the Girl Within uses hiphop to bring rhythm to healing. Princess Best, The HipHopMomma is a force in HipHop and a power source in motherhood. She explores healing through a lyrical journey in search of the answer to the question: “When you have a girl who is A) disconnected from her identity, B) disconnected from her body; physically, mentally, and spiritually C) disconnected from other women & girls, What kind of woman can we expect her to grow to be?” The Divine Feminine Equation will unfold as The HipHopMomma explores real life stories and the “lessons” of her rap lyrics to guide better relationships between girls and women, especially mothers and daughters.