Today we’re talking with Stacey Younge, LCSW, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She specializes in depression, anxiety and trauma using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. She is the owner of Sixth Street Wellness, a private practice based out of NYC. In addition she provides mental health services for Justice-Involved individuals through her non-profit work.
Listen in closely, Stacey is dropping gems y’all!
In this episode, we’ll talk about:
Why you are NOT weak or “broken” if you go to therapy
The dozens of therapy styles, and finding the one that’s best for you
The signs that tell us “maybe I need to see a therapist soon”
Common misconceptions like “therapy is only for white people”, and why they aren’t true
The qualities of a good therapist and how to know if you’ve found the right one (it can take a few tries)
& The two things you can do TODAY to improve your mental health
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