On the Couch: teenage sexuality

On the Couch features insight from Kamloops counselor Lorriane Moulton (graphic courtesy Alan Cleaver/flikr).
People seek therapy for all kinds of reasons, but you might be surprised at the reoccurring themes that pop up in the therapist's office.

"On the Couch" is Daybreak's newest feature.

We'll unravel the current issues that are a threat to our mental and emotional health.

A warning about this first episode: If you have children listening to the radio with you, this story is for adult ears.

Lorraine Moulton is in the therapist's chair.

She's been a clinical counselor in Kamloops for over 30 years.

She says that more than ever before she is meeting teens who are confused about their sexuality.

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