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One of the treatment options for those with mental illnesses is psychotherapy. Psychotherapy is where psychologists "help people of all ages live happier, healthier, and more productive lives" ("Therapy" para 1).
One of these trained professionals is Julie Stout. She is my personal therapist. Julie decided to pursue a career as a therapist after discovering she had an interest in the human condition when she was in middle school.
As Julie continued on her path to become a marriage and family therapist, she really enjoyed her psychology class in college. To become a psychotherapist, you must obtain a master's degree in a mental health related field and complete the license requirements for the state you live in ("Types of Mental Health Professionals" para 8).
Julie graduated from Brigham Young University. She immediately began practicing as a therapist. Julie is a licensed marriage and family therapist. She specializes in relationship issues, depression, and coping skills.
I met Julie while I was in need of some therapeutic help. She is a great therapist. Julie allows you to talk about anything that is bothering you at the moment and she makes you feel like you are in a safe environment.
Why do you find helping those with a mental illness to be important?
I like to find peoples strengths and help them feel empowered and take risks that will bring more fulfillment in their lives.
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