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What To Consider When Trying To Find A Therapist

September 7, 2012
By Jim McElrath, LCSW-R - Director of Clinical Services, Family Service of the Chautauqua Region , The Post-Journal

There are many factors to consider when trying to decide the nearly always anxiety-provoking task of finding a therapist, especially for the first time. Word of mouth may be for better or worse; the most trusted source in particular if someone you trust has reported a good or bad experience with a particular therapist or agency. It is not as if most of us would want or be able to have to try out a number of therapists for telling our secrets and troubles; it's hard enough to tell one person, let alone a likely stranger.

 
 

 

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