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Are you looking to have a psychology expert on your podcast, TV show, or other media outlet?
Are you wanting someone with a particular specialty in working with young adults?
As an expert within the media, I see my role as an opportunity to reach a greater number of people and provide psychoeducation regarding areas that are important to us-both individually and collectively.
As technology advances and our schedules become busier, more and more people are absorbing information on-the-go. Thus, I find it vital that as a licensed clinical psychologist and relationship coach, I connect with individuals in ways that they are comfortable with, while providing the latest psychology education and tips.
speaking topics include:
Millennials and young adults
Impact of social media and technology
Anxiety, Depression, and other mental health difficulties
Self-care and stress management techniques
Balancing familial and professional responsibilities
Unique stressors of women within the workplace
Effects of cultural differences in the workplace and in relationships
Social anxiety & self-esteem
Additional speaking topics are available based on your unique needs and audience.
For booking inquiries, please contact me at: email@example.com
contact me to discuss how i can contribute to
your media opportunity.
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Popsugar: 4 Ways to Reduce Stress From Social Media While Fighting For Racial Justice
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Shondaland: How to Talk Yourself Into Exercising When You Can’t Even
InStyle: The Best Holiday Gift for Your Significant Other, According to Their Love Language
MYDOMAINE: Signs You’re Self-Sabotaging Your Relationship
Bustle: 21 Witty Responses To "Are You Single?”
Cosmopolitan: Helpful Things to Know If You're Dating Someone with Anxiety
HuffPost: How Getting Dressed Up (Or Not) To Sit Home All Day Affects Your Mood
Forbes: 3 Effective Tips On How Women Can Be More Assertive In The Workplace
NBCNEWS: 16 Valentine's Day gifts you should give to yourself in 2021
HelloGiggles: How Mood Tracking Can Improve Your Mental Health, According to Experts
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