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Switching Spots on the Couch: Practicing Vulnerability as a Therapist in Therapy

Does it sound strange that a therapist themselves might attend therapy? What would you think about them and their ability to practice if you found out your therapist was in therapy? This article discusses the normalcy and importance in taking ownership of your therapy experience, as well as normalizing a therapist attending therapy. Here are my inner thoughts of a millennial therapist attending her own sessions and “switching spots on the couch” with their client.

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