Nicole Arzt is a practicing psychotherapist in Southern California. She has worked with a wide variety of individuals, couples, and families. Her clinical emphasis lies in treating substance use, eating disorders, and complex trauma. An accomplished author, Nicole is a contributing writer for numerous mental health organizations. She owns Soul of Therapy LLC, a content marketing business devoted to supporting therapists. She is also the founder of Psychotherapy Memes, a global community of more than 85,000 followers. Her debut book, Sometimes Therapy Is Awkward, is available wherever books are sold.
In today's episode we discuss the effects of the pandemic on mental health and the difficulties in staying connected during this time. We also explore the benefits and occasional drawbacks of finding connections through social media and online platforms. Lastly, we explore some misconceptions or misrepresentations in therapy. Enjoy!
Intro Song: Soft Fur by Charmer and Klay from the album Quiet Night
Outro Song: Orange Blossom by Charmer and Klay from the album Quiet Night
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