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What does someone do if they started therapy with someone and just don’t feel like it is a good fit?

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Question asked: What does someone do if they started therapy with someone and just don’t feel like it is a good fit anymore?


Answered by: Brittany A Johnson, LMHC. She is a Licensed Therapist and has a private practice in Southern Indiana. Brittany works with adult clients who have anxiety, depression and or trauma related disorders. Brittany is Certified in Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR) and is working towards becoming an Approved Consultant. Brittany is the author of Get Out of Your Own Way, 21 Days to Stop Self Sabotage. Brittany stops women from self-sabotage. She eliminates their negative self-talk so they can process their pain and be free from their mental prison and prosper as the confident courageous women they were called to be. You can learn more about Brittany at @brittanyajohnsonlmhc on Instagram or Facebook.







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