Raven-Symoné Says She ‘Believes in Therapy

Raven-Symoné Says She ‘Believes in Therapy

Raven-Symoné Says She ‘Believes in Therapy
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Raven-Symoné is opening up about the importance of therapy. 

During an appearance on PEOPLE (the TV Show!), the Raven’s House actress, 36, chatted with Senior Correspondent Jeremy Parsons about some of the troubles she faced as a child star, and how she overcame some of the past patterns that were instilled in her during her early acting days.

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“I believe in therapy,” Raven-Symoné told Parsons of why she’s become more outspoken as she’s aged. “I believe in the couch. I have been guarded my whole entire career because of what I’ve been taught to do, because of the people around me, because of my childhood.”

Raven-Symoné added: “In prior situations, I would say things, I’ve gotten all kinds of things, but people in my own corner were chastising me as much as everyone else, and I didn’t feel secure or safety.”

The Disney star, who has been a co-host on The Talk since 2019, also recalled watching some of her role models in the industry “get kicked out” after publicly coming out, saying she “took those cues” as a young actress in the business.

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“But then, you know what happened?” the host said. “A new generation came that said, ‘We don’t care what anybody says. ”

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