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Haesue Jo, MA, is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with experience providing individual and family therapy in community mental health, school settings, day treatment facilities, and via teletherapy. She is currently Head of Clinical Operations at BetterHelp, which allows her to empower other therapists to be successful at bringing their skills online. Her current clinical focus and interests include AAPI mental wellness, anxiety, relationship, and family dynamics, trauma, and gender identity. To practice self-care, she enjoys spending time with loved ones (including her dogs and cat), yoga & fitness, going to the aquarium, snowboarding in the winter, and seeing live music all year round.
Finding professional help such as an online therapist shouldn’t be hard. No matter what you are recovering from and regardless of where you are on your healing journey you deserve to easily connect with someone who has earned the right to hear your story. Someone who is there to take every step of your healing journey alongside you.
In this episode we learned:
- How to participate in online therapy
- How to sign up and receive therapy
- About the healing benefits and opportunities that we see when therapy can be accessed from anywhere at anytime
- How online therapy can help break barriers for those who may be hesitant or unable to access in-person therapy
- How our community members are accessing therapy for themselves and they’ve benefited
This podcast episode is Lisa Wall and Haesue Jo’s live session of #MentalHealthMonday. They are also joined by SHE RECOVERS community members Suzie and Jessica.
The SHE RECOVERS FOUNDATION is a grassroots movement and non-profit public charity with a community of women in or seeking recovery from substance use disorders, behavioral health issues and/or life challenges. This lifeline organization connects women through its virtual platforms and in-person community networks, provides resources and supports women to develop their own holistic recovery patchworks, and empowers them to thrive and share their successes. All efforts are designed to end the stigma and shame often associated with recovery so that more women may heal and grow.