In this blog post by Katie Woodruff, a therapist on the path to licensure, she shares how battling imposter syndrome is one of the biggest struggles.
Author: Katie Woodruff, MAMFT
A huge reward of the licensure journey is experimenting with different work types and populations, but self-care is essential for survival.
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