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Mental Health and Therapy: Are You on the Apps‪?‬ The Conversationalist Podcast

    • Relationships

Did you know that you can now text your therapist? For the longest time, talking about therapy has been considered taboo, but we’re here to break down that stigma, as a part of our ongoing series on mental health. 

After hearing from our guests, we hope you’ll feel more comfortable speaking about therapy as well! First up, let’s hear from two mental health experts, Haley Jakobson and Daniel Olavarria, who have some strong opinions on when and if Gen Z should be using digital therapy. Later on, you’ll hear from Dr. Elizabeth Turk-Karan who is a clinical psychologist at the Center for the Treatment and Study of Anxiety at The University of Pennsylvania. So let’s get this convo started about therapy: the good, the bad and everything in between.  

Stay connected with our guests from today’s episode to continue the conversation: Daniel Olavarria is a licensed psychotherapist in NYC. He runs a private practice called The City Psychotherapy and sees people who are trying to improve lives and their relationships. You can find more information about Daniel at thecitypsychotherapy.com and you can follow him on Instagram @thecitypsychotherapy.  

Haley Jakobson is a writer and producer, as well as the digital content producer at My Wellbeing, a digital therapy matchmaking platform in NYC. You can follow her on Instagram @haleyjakobson where she posts her poetry, her creative nonfiction essays, and info about her plays at Brunch Theatre. Want to try out My Wellbeing and find your therapist match today? Click here to fill out the survey on the My Wellbeing website.  

Dr. Elizabeth Turk-Karan is a clinical psychologist at the Center for Treatment and Study of Anxiety at The University of Pennsylvania. The CTSA at Penn is a world recognized clinic, which provides evidence-based cognitive-behavioral therapy to children, adolescents, and adults with anxiety disorders. Dr. Turk-Karan is the Director of Practicum Training at the center and she often teaches workshops and writes for professional papers. You can continue the conversation with the CTSA on Facebook and following @Center4Anxiety on Twitter. 

Want to be featured on an upcoming episode of The Conversationalist podcast? Here’s what to do: Follow us on Instagram @theconversationalist Rate our podcast and leave us a review on iTunes or on the Apple Podcasts app. DM us on Instagram to tell us when you've completed steps one and two and what username you used to subscribe and leave the review, and we'll give you the insider access on how to get featured!

Interested in joining Sophie on her mission to unify the world? Follow @theconversationalist on Instagram and Twitter, like us on Facebook, and subscribe to us on YouTube to give your perspectives on the topics we covered this season! You can also apply to become a Brand Ambassador or join our Online Community to connect with other passionate Conversationalists around the world. Thanks for joining the conversation with us and we’ll see you next week!  

Support the show: https://www.linkedin.com/company/theconversationalist/ 

See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Did you know that you can now text your therapist? For the longest time, talking about therapy has been considered taboo, but we’re here to break down that stigma, as a part of our ongoing series on mental health. 

After hearing from our guests, we hope you’ll feel more comfortable speaking about therapy as well! First up, let’s hear from two mental health experts, Haley Jakobson and Daniel Olavarria, who have some strong opinions on when and if Gen Z should be using digital therapy. Later on, you’ll hear from Dr. Elizabeth Turk-Karan who is a clinical psychologist at the Center for the Treatment and Study of Anxiety at The University of Pennsylvania. So let’s get this convo started about therapy: the good, the bad and everything in between.  

Stay connected with our guests from today’s episode to continue the conversation: Daniel Olavarria is a licensed psychotherapist in NYC. He runs a private practice called The City Psychotherapy and sees people who are trying to improve lives and their relationships. You can find more information about Daniel at thecitypsychotherapy.com and you can follow him on Instagram @thecitypsychotherapy.  

Haley Jakobson is a writer and producer, as well as the digital content producer at My Wellbeing, a digital therapy matchmaking platform in NYC. You can follow her on Instagram @haleyjakobson where she posts her poetry, her creative nonfiction essays, and info about her plays at Brunch Theatre. Want to try out My Wellbeing and find your therapist match today? Click here to fill out the survey on the My Wellbeing website.  

Dr. Elizabeth Turk-Karan is a clinical psychologist at the Center for Treatment and Study of Anxiety at The University of Pennsylvania. The CTSA at Penn is a world recognized clinic, which provides evidence-based cognitive-behavioral therapy to children, adolescents, and adults with anxiety disorders. Dr. Turk-Karan is the Director of Practicum Training at the center and she often teaches workshops and writes for professional papers. You can continue the conversation with the CTSA on Facebook and following @Center4Anxiety on Twitter. 

Want to be featured on an upcoming episode of The Conversationalist podcast? Here’s what to do: Follow us on Instagram @theconversationalist Rate our podcast and leave us a review on iTunes or on the Apple Podcasts app. DM us on Instagram to tell us when you've completed steps one and two and what username you used to subscribe and leave the review, and we'll give you the insider access on how to get featured!

Interested in joining Sophie on her mission to unify the world? Follow @theconversationalist on Instagram and Twitter, like us on Facebook, and subscribe to us on YouTube to give your perspectives on the topics we covered this season! You can also apply to become a Brand Ambassador or join our Online Community to connect with other passionate Conversationalists around the world. Thanks for joining the conversation with us and we’ll see you next week!  

Support the show: https://www.linkedin.com/company/theconversationalist/ 

See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

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