Continuing our conversation around identity, diagnosis, and setting precedent, our clinical director Phoebe and I talk about how people should have the right to self-identify. We discuss the reality of challenges being more embedded in life than a mental health diagnosis would suggest. And Phoebe talks about how our Windhorse model allows us to more richly connect and resonate with the challenges and struggles that family members face on a daily or weekly basis. This leads us to a more in-depth talk about the Windhorse program.
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