“Therapy” Thursday’s

Dr. Dee

“Therapy” Thursday’s is a question/answer feature on Re-Tell Therapy that puts a twist on the word “Therapy”.  Re-Tell Therapy was a blog created to showcase my personal style and interpretation of fashion “on sale” and retold here to share with others who have the same interest.  While I find shopping to be very relaxing and therapeutic, the idea behind “Therapy” Thursday’s was to offer reader’s a forum to voice their opinion, ask questions and possibly gain another perspective on a personal experience or to discuss current topics in general.

The “Dr.” behind “Therapy” Thursday’s is Donna Taylor, and while she is not officially a doctor, she is currently studying for her Master’s degree in Family Counseling. She claims to be no expert but she enjoys dialogue of any kind is delighted to be able to contribute to “Therapy” Thursday’s.

Feel free to email questions or topics to Donna at dr.dee@re-telltherapy.com!


A native of Chicago by way of Trinidad, Dr. Dee’s strengths lie in her ability to form trusting relationships with warmth, a sense of humor and a genuine compassion for supporting one’s unique personality and spirit.  Her primary areas of professional interest are multicultural issues in counseling, and helping others from a culturally sensitive perspective. Her theoretical orientation is grounded in reality-based counseling (“handing out truth”) coupled with acceptance and commitment therapy and couples mediation. Dr. Dee’s main goal is to help people move towards individual wholeness and happiness, thus preparing one to be successful in a healthy relationship of any kind when the opportunity arrives.  In her personal life, Dr. Dee enjoys writing, attending cultural events and mentoring inner city youths.

Favorite Quote:  “We make a living by what we get, we make a life by what we give”  — Winston Churchill
Favorite Book:   “A Piece of Cake” by Cupcake Brown and “The Alchemist” by Paul Cohello


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