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What do I say when I am inquiring for services with a therapist? #AskUsAnything

ASK US ANYTHING SERIES. #SendUsYourQuestionToday


Question asked: I feel like I found a therapist that would be a good fit for me but I am afraid to email her. What do I say? What do I do?


Answered by: Lindsay Carney, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She is the co-founder of Transcend Counseling Services in Louisville, KY. Lindsay provides individual therapy to adults seeking relief from disordered eating and body shame. She currently practices using a virtual office, and offers in-person sessions on a case-by-case basis. You can learn more about her and Transcend on Facebook

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