What question have you always wanted to ask a psychotherapist?

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I have clients all the time asking me questions pertaining to my career and personal al life. One of the main questions is, how do you handle or separate yourself from hearing everyone’s bad news? My answer is that I have a mental process where I imagine all of the client's pain and suffering falling into a void in the middle of my office. I share this perspective with them, and it…

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I'm a husband, father, veteran, and psychotherapists that is here to enjoy and share!

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