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is seeing a psychologist 7 times for life changing issues like identity theft kids moving out etc considered mental illness on employment app?

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Dr. Susan Feingold
28 years experience Clinical Psychology
Unclear: I'm not sure I understand your question.. It's not mental illness to work on issues and changing behavior.
Answered on Nov 28, 2017
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