Being Vulnerable and Authentic in Therapy with Steve Bisson, LMHC

In this episode, Steve Bisson, Licensed Mental Health Clinician, shares why it’s important to be vulnerable and how to be your most authentic self in the therapy room - as a therapist and client. Steve is a therapist and coach in MA plus he’s the host of the Finding Your Way Through Therapy podcast. 

Before we dive into the episode, I wanted to make sure you heard the news! I’m releasing episodes twice a week now. One on Wednesday and then the other on Saturday. The new episodes that come out on Saturdays are aimed at providing you with practical and actionable steps that you can take to level up your mental and emotional health. The first one is out and it’s on a question I get asked all the do I find a therapist? 

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