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    While this is not intended to be an exhaustive list of available resources, I recommend the following books*, movies*, authors, and healers. I am really happy to help you find the support you need and try to include many of my trusted local colleagues here. Most are also available to provide online therapy or coaching in at least the entire state of CA and in some cases, beyond:

    Low- or No-Fee Services


    Highly Sensitive People



    Addiction and Recovery (with many thanks to Makayla Jones for the first 4, which she researched and found to be particularly culturally competent for BIPOC individuals and their allies):

    Eating Disorders




    Family Therapy

    For Therapists & Therapy Graduate Students


    Chronic Pain or Illness

    Exploring Outside of Therapy Sessions

    Alternative Education

    Suicide Awareness and Hotlines


    Anxiety Disorders

    Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

    Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

    Personality Disorders

    Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

    Child Abuse and Domestic Violence

    Developmental Disorders

    Body Positive Body Work

    Inpatient Treatment Programs


    *I include links to certain recommended books and movies via the Amazon Associates program and Julie Bjelland’s affiliate program, through which I receive a very small percentage of profits should you decide to purchase the product. Please know that I would never recommend anything to you unless I absolutely love it for its content. I also have no personal or professional desire or need for you to buy these products; I only want you to do so if it will directly benefit your life.

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