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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

Jun 29, 2022

This week, Annette and Monica chat with Dr. John Dyben to talk through steps 1-6 of the 12 steps of tackling addiction.  Part 2 follows next week. 

Dr. John is the Clinical Fellow for Origins Behavioral Healthcare in Florida. He provides both academic and clinical supervisory support to OriginsÍ› programs. His academic...

Jun 22, 2022

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Gaslighting is a form of psychological manipulation, in which the abuser tries to sow self-doubt and confusion in their victim's mind. Typically, gas lighters seek to gain power and control over the other person, by distorting reality and forcing them to question their own judgment and...

Jun 15, 2022

Dr. Harold rejoins Monica and Annette to discuss how to parent teenagers post-Covid. How to address issues presented by social media, depression, reluctance to express themselves, and how to re-engage with friends face-to-face following our pandemic isolation. 

Dr. Harold Shinitzky Psy.D. is a highly sought-after...

Jun 8, 2022

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"Ghosting" - when someone ends a relationship and goes silent without explanation - can be upsetting and mystifying, and especially hurtful in the pandemic. Monica and Annette offer some advice for how to cope when a friend or loved one goes silent.  

(This episode first aired...

Jun 1, 2022

Following a series of mass shootings in the United States, Annette and Monica meet Dr. Anna Lisa De Lima, Ph.D., LMHC, NCC, to talk about the mental health impact on children, families, and first responders who are either directly involved, or impacted by watching the media coverage. 

Dr. De Lima is the Clinical...