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1. #KatiFAQ As a therapist, are there any topics/issues that you really don’t care to work with or that just don’t interest you? I know you particularly like to work with eating disorders, but are there any issues, such as substance abuse or OCD, that you don’t find interesting or exciting to work with in patients? #KatiFAQ Is there ever a situation where you might refuse to treat a client?2. #KatiFAQ Is there a minimum age requirement for a child to be in therapy? How old is the youngest client you’ve had, and what kinds of issues do young children usually come in for? Thank you :)3. #KatiFAQ I find myself constantly in need of some kind of external stimulation, be it food, something to do w/ my hands, etc. Even when I’m watching TV I have to have my laptop, phone, food, or something similar to keep me from being bored. I hate this because it causes me to overeat sometimes, and I feel like it’s not good to need so much stimulation. My sister used to say I was “high in sensation-seeking” and I also have trichotillomania. Is there anything I can do about this?Journal Topic:Journal Topic: Because it is National Suicide Prevention Week (and tomorrow is Suicide Prevention Day), I thought I’d share this quote- “The best way out is always through.” (Robert Frost). No matter what you are going through, you can get past it. Working through it may seem scary or painful, but there is always support for us and it will be so worth it in the end.MY FREE WORKBOOKS:Self-Harm
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