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An Invitation to White Therapists

Are you ready to look within?

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In 2012, I fell in love with the art, science, and practice of psychotherapy. As I see it, spaces created by this discipline serve as oxygen to the crushing suffocation of the anti-Black, homophobic circumstances permeating the air I strive to breathe.

Learning how to be a therapist has not only sharpened my eyes to see myself more…




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H.C. Dawes, LCSW, LCAS

H.C. Dawes, LCSW, LCAS

Researcher + Therapist + Speaker | @hcdawes on Instagram & twitter | www.hcdawes.com | https://linktr.ee/hcdawes

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