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I’m a LGBTQ+ person and I don’t trust therapy. What do I do? #AskAnythingSeries



ASK US ANYTHING SERIES. #SendUsYourQuestionToday

Question asked: I’m a LGBTQ+ person and I don’t trust therapy. I feel like they just want to make me fit in or change me. So why should I even go to therapy?

Answered by: Carrie Hunter, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She is part of a small group practice in New Albany, Indiana. Carrie has been providing mental health services to teens and adults for nearly 25 years. She treats clients in-person and via telehealth. Carrie has been active with Kentuckiana LGBTQ+ communities for many years, doing advocacy, education and providing direct mental health care. If you want to learn about her and her services check out Nova Counseling Alternatives in New Albany at 812-206-3291


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