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Kyle Canales

Psychotherapist
LGBT/IFS/CBT/Trauma
MHC-LP

Throughout life, we all gather scrapes, bruises, and cuts. Usually, we try to do our best to clean these wounds, treat them, and go on with our lives. However, at times, we might be busy, unable, or too nervous to clean these injuries properly. As a result, we tend to find ways to cover them up quickly. Early stages of the therapeutic process might include us approaching those old wounds carefully and slowly unwrapping the old bandages that cover them. As we approach these challenges and discuss them, we can spend time conceptualizing coping mechanisms that encourage healing. Over time, something that hurt so profoundly might begin to heal into a scar. These scars are still visible but sometimes forgettable and less distressing. I am proud of you for starting this journey.

I am in-network with Aetna, Oscar, United, and Cigna.

Mr. Kyle Canales, MHC-LP (he/him/his)
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KyleCanales@TheSohoCenter.com
401-451-6449