Therapy 101: A Conversation with a Licensed Mental Health Counselor

Presented on: Wednesday, September 21st at 12:00 PM EDT

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At our upcoming webinar, a mental health professional will answer your most commonly asked questions about therapy. We'll cover topics such as: How do I know if I need to go to therapy? How do I find a therapist? What do I talk about in therapy? How will I know if it's working? How long will I need to be in therapy? If you've had questions about therapy but weren't sure where to start, this is the place for you!

Natasha D'Arcangelo '01 is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) in Florida, Oregon and Washington, a Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC), Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP), Certified Compassion Fatigue Professional (CCFP) and a Compassion Fatigue Educator. She received her MA in clinical mental health counseling from Argosy University in Sarasota, Fla. D'Arcangelo works with adolescents and adults in her role as a staff therapist for Headspace Health. Her previous experience includes 15 years as an educator, community mental health work and private practice. She has presented on various topics including destigmatizing mental health care, compassion fatigue and effective techniques for working with teens. D'Arcangelo operates from a cultural humility perspective and is an ally of the LGTBQIA+ community. She is especially passionate about working with clients struggling with trauma and anxiety. 

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