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Two psychotherapists demystify mental health issues with guest experts. Listen in!

 Relationship Therapists Monica Burton and Annette Reiter bring over 30 years of counseling experience to this discussion of diverse medical and mental health concerns. These conversations will help educate and inform the audience of mental health issues affecting life in our American culture and the human experience in general.

The lively conversations will address the complexity of a variety of topics, from ADD to Zoloft, and answer questions that only expert therapists understand. Burton and Reiter will make the complex simple and become your general practitioners for mental health issues. They will coach you through the balancing act of your mental and medical well-being within your family as well as many other relationships

Dec 29, 2021

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We're celebrating our 100th episode of ShrinksChat ! And we realized our show launch coincided with the beginning of the Covid pandemic, which has changed everyone's lives.

We look back at the advice we have given, how it has changed through the pandemic, and discuss what it's like to...

Dec 22, 2021

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The rollercoaster ride of Covid-19 strains has made many people feel they're simply "languishing". In this episode, which first aired in May 2021, Annette and Monica discuss how to convert that feeling into "flourishing" by taking simple steps to rejuvenate your...

Dec 15, 2021

Rachel chats with Monica and Annette about relationships and mental survival during the holiday season. She has more than ten years of experience in the field of mental health. She works with adults and older adolescents in the areas of relationship struggles, trauma, anxiety, abuse, mood disorders including depression...

Dec 1, 2021

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Monica and Annette reflect on grief, and how it can often be magnified at holiday times, when families get together, sometimes surfacing memories of those we have lost. This could be especially magnified this year, as we continue to cope with the Covid...