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Why can’t your spouse or friends act as your therapist? #SendUsYourQuestionToday

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Question asked: Why can’t your spouse or friends act as your therapist?

Answered by: Amanda Gullett, licensed professional clinical counselor and LPCA supervisor. She is in private practice with Graven & Associates in Louisville, KY. She provides individual therapy sessions with individuals older then 10 who are struggling with life stress, anxiety, depression, grief, and trauma. Amanda specializes in working with those identifying as women and LGBTQUIA+. Amanda also provides clinical supervision for LPCA’s. Her office is located in Louisville, KY however she is currently only providing online services throughout the state of KY. You can learn more about her at https://linktr.ee/AmandaGullettLpcc

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