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Interview with Alice Curitz, Creating Queer Mental Health Spaces

Meet founder and clinical director of Our Landing Place, an online queer-based therapy collective

Image of Alice Curtiz (she/her). Founder and Clinical Director of Our Landing Place Therapy Collective.

Almost two years ago, I began writing on a website called Elephant Journal. A lovely person there by the name of Alice Curitz reached out to me about a piece I had written on LGBTQIA+ mental…




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