Not Your Typical Psychotherapist Podcast

A podcast by Ernest Segismundo


25 Episodes

  1. Episode 23 Daniel Fava "Where's the Content?!"

    Published: 9/26/2023
  2. Episode 22 Gordon Brewer "What Burdens Are We Carrying?"

    Published: 9/12/2023
  3. Episode 21 Elana Christiansen "Travel is Just Incredible"

    Published: 8/22/2023
  4. Season 2 Promo

    Published: 8/11/2023
  5. Episode 20 Katie K. May "Leadership is a Lonely Place"

    Published: 7/10/2023
  6. Episode 19 Kelly Smyth-Dent "Yeah, it's Action Based"

    Published: 7/7/2023
  7. Episode 18 Jane Carter "Fun doesn't mean effortless"

    Published: 6/26/2023
  8. Episode 17 Julie Herres "Profit First"

    Published: 6/19/2023
  9. Episode 16 Montoyia McGowan "Bougie Boundaries"

    Published: 6/16/2023
  10. Episode 15 Dawn Gabriel "The Interconnection of Little Spaces"

    Published: 6/12/2023
  11. Episode 14 Tamika Earle "It Is Going to Pay Off"

    Published: 6/9/2023
  12. Episode 13 John Harrison "What Would Wisdom Say?"

    Published: 6/5/2023
  13. Episode 12 Difficulties of Care-giving and Business Running

    Published: 5/29/2023
  14. Episode 11 Compassionate Approach To Imposter Syndrome

    Published: 5/22/2023
  15. Dealing with the Unexpected

    Published: 5/17/2023
  16. The Gift and Curse of Entrepreneurship: Continuity of Creative Flow

    Published: 5/15/2023
  17. Why Do We Do the Things We Do?: Existential questions....

    Published: 4/28/2023
  18. Attract and Repel: The result of being authentic, grounded, and aligned.

    Published: 4/24/2023
  19. Psychotherapists that are Struggling with Depression, Anxiety and ADHD

    Published: 4/21/2023
  20. What you focus on: The Role of the Reticular Activating System (RAS) in Entrepreneurship

    Published: 4/16/2023

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The Not Your Typical Psychotherapist Podcast is dedicated to all the mental health professionals who are creative, innovative, and entrepreneurial. This podcast aims to uplift, encourage, and inspire mental health clinicians to go beyond what was taught to them in graduate school, expand their knowledge in applying creative clinical work, develop and enhance their entrepreneurial courage, shattering common and generational expectations. YouTube NYTP Podcast: