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Alyssa Petersel

Why Going To Therapy Does Not Make You Weak

The conversation around therapy is finally changing. Learn in this 2-min video about how stigma is going down and why going to therapy and taking care of yourself makes you a stronger, healthier you.
Why Going To Therapy Does Not Make You Weak
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We strongly disagree. Learn why in our debut video below:

The conversation around therapy is finally changing, and for good reason: therapy, and taking care of yourself, helps you learn new insights and become the best version of yourself you can be.

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Alyssa Petersel, Co-Founder and CEO of My Wellbeing and author of Somehow I Am Different, graduated from Northwestern University in 2013 with dual BA degrees in psychology and international studies, graduated summa cum laude from New York University in May 2017 with her Master's in Social Work, and graduated from The Writer's Institute non-fiction program at CUNY Graduate Center in May 2017. A native New Yorker, Alyssa now lives in Brooklyn and enjoys running, coffee, community, and social justice.

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