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by Leah Wright, LCSW Hi, my name is Leah! I am a therapist, a mom, a wife, and a feminist. I fell in love with helping people in 2015. That’s when I decided to make the jump and apply to graduate school to become a therapist. Now, I feel incredibly lucky to be part of […]

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