I wrote STOP HESITATING in 2020 as a way to do my part in unraveling the threads of White supremacy and systemic oppression. It needed an update, as the world continues to change and my expectations of mental health therapists continue to rise. The need for culturally informed mental health care is urgent.
Articles by Elizabeth McCorvey, LCSW
Elizabeth McCorvey is a psychotherapist in Asheville, NC. She received her Bachelors in Social Work from the University of Kentucky, her Masters in Social Work from the University of Tennessee, and has been an LCSW since 2017. Elizabeth is faculty at the HERD Institute in Florida, where she helps bring therapists and horses together to support the healing process of their clients. She also has an office where she sees folks for individual therapy (far fewer horses). She specializes in working with adults who are marginalized in some way, and loves to work with other therapists. You can find out more about Elizabeth at www.elizabethmccorvey.com.
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