What would Mental Health Awareness Month be without hearing from a Qualified Therapist?
This week, we talked with Heather, a therapist who specializes in healing trauma. Heather shares with us her insights on so many important topics surrounding mental health, therapy, and specifically trauma therapy.
We get answers to these questions and more!
What does a first therapy session look like?
How to pick a therapist that is a good fit for you?
What are the different approaches to therapy?
What exactly is EMDR? How does it work?
How do I make my first therapy appointment?
What can I do right now to begin the healing journey?
This episode is jam packed with helpful tips for your healing journey.
Amy & Sarah
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*The Unqualified Therapists Podcast is not recommending medical advice as they are not actual doctors (Hence the name: Unqualified 😉). This podcast is for entertainment purposes only and all medical advice should be taken from a Qualified Doctor. UT shares stories and resources, not medical advice.