Your therapist isn’t there to solve your problems for you. Here’s how to make the most of your 45-minute session

Carla Felten, a child and family therapist and clinical program coordinator at Daybreak Health tells Fortune, “Therapy is about helping you unlock your potential and identifying areas of support that are already in place to help get you through difficult times. You often have the answers to your own questions—you just may need someone to help you uncover them or guide you to them.”

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