Some Are Called

I met Ashley Reid at A3C as she was a panelist on the Mental Health Panel. She was very open and inviting and she shared her story with ease. Ms. Reid let us know that sharing her story of dealing with Mental Health issues is a form of therapy for her. She shared how at times it was difficult for her to find proper Mental Health assistance because of her status in the community. This is not all she discussed, but this touched a nerve in me and I wanted to say something about it. Ms. Reid reports that she was met with “You are too pretty,” or “With all that your family has…” type of statements from actual Mental Health Professionals. This, to me, is unacceptable. As a Mental Health Profession

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