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PPJ 002: Meet Cindy Norton!

On this episode of the Private Practice Journeys podcast, Cindy Norton, a licensed marriage and family therapist associate, discusses how she got involved in the helping profession, why she decided to go into private practice and what she did to prepare herself to "take the plunge.” Give it a listen and find out why you’ll want to follow these therapists...[ read more ]

PPJ 001: – Private Practice Journeys Podcast: What It’s All About – with Chris Quarto

On this episode of the Private Practice Journeys podcast, Chris Quarto, a licensed psychologist and host of the series, provides information as to what the podcast entails as well as the PPJ Facebook Community where listeners can discuss issues pertaining to their own private practices. Give it a listen and find out why you’ll want to become a “journey follower!”...[ read more ]

MMN 048: – Counseling Older Veterans – with Erin Patel

On this episode of the Make a Mental Note podcast, Erin Patel, a licensed psychologist, discusses older veterans that seek mental health care and methods of helping them improve their mental health. Give it a listen and find out why this episode is worthy of a mental note! Erin Patel interview (click on Erin's name to listen to interview) Mental Notes:...[ read more ]

MMN 047: – Transforming Family Disharmony into Family Unity – with Neil Brown

On this episode of the Make a Mental Note podcast, Neil Brown, a licensed clinical social worker, discusses the characteristics of family conflict and what families can do to improve their relationships. Give it a listen and find out why this episode is worthy of a mental note! Mental Notes: * Families that seek therapy have developed dysfunctional patterns of...[ read more ]

MMN 046: – The Etiology & Treatment of Depression – with Susan Noonan, M.D.

On this episode of the Make a Mental Note podcast, Susan Noonan, a physician, certified peer specialist and medical consultant discusses the nature and etiology of depression and how people can deal with this mental disorder. Give it a listen and find out why this episode is worthy of a mental note! Susan Noonan interview (click on Susan's name to listen...[ read more ]

MMN 045: Grieving & Coping with Loss – with Ajita Robinson

On this episode of the Make a Mental Note podcast, Ajita Robinson, a licensed clinical professional counselor, discusses clients who are grieving losses – either physical or symbolic - and how they can be helped to cope with those losses. Give it a listen and find out why this episode is worthy of a mental note! Ajita Robinson interview (click on...[ read more ]



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