Before I had even thought about becoming a therapist, I entered into therapy because I had felt hopeless and helpless when it came to my marriage and our blended family.
Therapy helped me to discover that my concerns, feelings and thoughts mattered. I felt like I was not alone and that my issues were not as overwhelming as I had thought at the beginning of therapy.
I believed in therapy before I became a therapist, and I believe in it now for myself and others!
— Nakia Thomas, AMFT
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