Feb 19, 2020
Dr. Earle and Andrew talk about their visions for the podcast. The conversation touches on their goals of connecting the public with experts in mental health. Additionally, Marcus touches on striving to answer people's questions about therapy and the problems they face. This episode also touches on the hopes that this podcast could provide learning opportunities for practitioners and clinicians. This podcast hopes to provide people with different ideas around approaching the problems of anxiety, shame, depression, and relational difficulties in their lives are discussed. A value that underlies Psychological Counseling Services is the idea that we are better together. This collective approach often supports folks in the development of strengths in their lives and we hope that the conversations in these episodes will encourage people to develop solutions to the problems they face. Lastly, the interview touches on the goal of normalizing human problems and consulting counselors in dealing with these problems.
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