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Objectivity and Honesty: Erin’s Story of Finding the Right Therapist

This is Part 2 of Erin’s interview. Check out Part 1! You mentioned how some therapists were more helpful than others. When you were looking for a good therapist, how did go about finding someone who would help you? For me, I would usually give it 2-3 sessions before I would decide if I wanted … Continue reading Objectivity and Honesty: Erin’s Story of Finding the Right Therapist

Finding a Different Perspective: Interview with Erin About Her Experiences in Therapy

Erin is an environmentally conscious mother of two, who agreed to sit down with us to talk about her experiences in therapy. What drove you to seek therapy in the first place? The first time I went to seek therapy, it was to help me cope with my brother’s death. I usually go 3-4 times … Continue reading Finding a Different Perspective: Interview with Erin About Her Experiences in Therapy

Adventures in Counseling: Part 2 of Rebecca’s Story

Rebecca is back to talk more about her experience with counseling, her coping mechanisms, and the stigma surrounding seeking help.   Once you decided that you wanted to try counseling, how did you go about finding a counselor to talk with?   “I went to my Primary Care Provider, who is awesome! She gave me … Continue reading Adventures in Counseling: Part 2 of Rebecca’s Story

Surviving College Stress: Rebecca’s Story

Rebecca is a Junior in college in Western Massachusetts. She is pursuing a BS in engineering with a minor in Environmental Science and Policy.   What led you to seek counseling?  “The thing for me was that I had a really bad spring semester and there were a lot of things going on in my … Continue reading Surviving College Stress: Rebecca’s Story

The Double-Edged Sword of Kindness: Q&A With a Volunteer

Long-time volunteer and Kindful Leader Derek S. sat down with us to share his experiences of volunteering, leading, and his mental health journey.   Q: What made you want to volunteer? A: At first, it was because I knew Justin, the founder of Project Helping.  I wanted to help out and do whatever I could to … Continue reading The Double-Edged Sword of Kindness: Q&A With a Volunteer

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