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Use My Voice

By Spencer Northey / September 30, 2020

USE MY VOICE By Evanescence and Deena Jakoub Featuring: Sharon den Adel, Lindsey Stirling, Lzzy Hale, and Taylor Momsen Cover my ears and close my eyes Just long enough to stop the noise Go on take everything and throw it away But I will use my voice Drown every truth in an ocean of lies…

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What’s the Difference between Talking with a Shrink and Talking with a Friend?

By Elisabeth LaMotte / October 11, 2019

Atlantic Monthly reporter Olga Khazan reached out last month to discuss what it is like to practice therapy in Washington, DC. She was curious about what it means to work in a city where so many professionals have top secret security clearance or work in fields like politics and reporting where it can be complicated…

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Passengers

By Elisabeth LaMotte / January 21, 2017

Relocation is an interesting psychological process. My experience as a therapist is shaped by geography, and practicing in DC means that relocation is a recurring theme. A typical day of office hours might include sessions with clients from the Middle East, Europe, the Midwest as well as the South. Some of my clients grew up…

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