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Mental illness everyone. More than 65 million people in the U.S. alone are diagnosed with a mental disorder every year. 40 million adults deal with Anxiety Disorders. Another 18 million struggle with Major Depressive Disorder.

Addiction is rampant. Suicides are on the rise. Drug overdoses are on the rise.  Loneliness is on the rise. We want to do something about it.

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About The Editor

About The Editor

Randy Withers is a Board-Certified Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor (LCMHC) and Clinical Addictions Specialist (LCAS) in North Carolina. He is the Managing Editor and Lead Writer of Blunt Therapy.

A graduate of Florida State University (BA, MS) and Lenoir-Rhyne University (MA), he is a therapist, educator, writer, and public speaker. He has also been in recovery from co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders since February of 2005. To learn more, go here, or visit his profile on Psychology Today.

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About The Editor

Randy Withers is a Board-Certified Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor (LCMHC) and Clinical Addictions Specialist (LCAS) in North Carolina. He is the Managing Editor and Lead Writer of Blunt Therapy. A graduate of Florida State University (BA, MS) and Lenoir-Rhyne University (MA), he is a therapist, educator, writer, and public speaker. He has also been in recovery from co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders since February of 2005.

To learn more, go here, or visit his profile on Psychology Today.

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