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How to Vet a Therapist

Searching for a therapist? Here’s what you should know and the questions you should ask.

PsychCentral breaks down the essential questions and key information you need to vet a therapist -- from understanding what their credentials mean to the questions you should ask a potential therapist.

In PsychCentral's interview, Cheryl Knepper recommended how to evaluate the therapy and licensing as well as red flags to recognize.

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If you’re someone who has been emotionally or traumatically injured in your life, or if your core relationships were very fragile and you were never able to have solid attachments, you’re going to struggle to attach in therapy as well."

Cheryl Knepper, Senior Vice President of Clinical Operations
Source: PsychCentral

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