Sherapy - Real Therapy with Sherry Amatenstein
Sherry Amatenstein, LCSW is a NYC-based psychotherapist and author of The Q&A Dating Book, Love Lessons From Bad Breakups and The Complete Marriage Counselor (www.marriedfaq.com). She edited the anthology, How Does That Make You Feel: True Confessions From Both Sides of the Therapy Couch. Before becoming a therapist she spent two years volunteering at a suicide hotline. She was also an interviewer for Steven Spielberg’s USC Shoah, a foundation dedicated to taking audio-visual testimony from Holocaust survivors.
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Sherry Amatenstein - Sherapy with Sherry Amatenstein discusses Gun Violence with Lisa, Patience & Emily - all survivors of Gun Violence -
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My guests for SHERAPY: Real Therapy with Sherry Amatenstein
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Sloan Smiloff, PhD is a New Jersey and Florida based psychologist and frequent guest of SHERAPY
Ileen Liss is a Great Neck, New York -based clinical psychologist and corporate consultant
Karen Hale is the founder of NewClevelandRadio.net
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Sherapy - Real Therapy with Sherry Amatenstein welcomes Mindy Greenstein Ph.D, Betsy Broadman, Tiffanie Drayton, and Neil Kramer – 1/22/21
Finding Light in Darkness
Mindy Greenstein Ph.D., a clinical psychologist and writer specializing in cancer and aging. She is the author of The House on Crash Corner (Greenpoint Press), a memoir about coping with crisis, and co-author of Lighter as We Go: Virtues, Character Strengths and Aging (Oxford University Press).
Betsy Broadman has worked in media, as a lawyer, and for many years as a senior researcher coordinator in infertility at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, MA
Tiffanie Drayton whose viral NY times op-ed led to her upcoming book “Black American Refugee”. ( https://www.nytimes.com/2020/06/12/opinion/sunday/black-america-racism-refugee.html)
Neil Kramer - a journalist/photographer whose Instagram photo series of life in lockdown with his elderly mother and ex-wife has gone viral. Google their Today show interview - it’s hysterical. (https://www.google.com/search?q=Neil+Kramer+life+in+lockdoen&rlz=1C1JZAP_enUS747US747&oq=Neil+Kramer+life+in+lockdoen&aqs=chrome..69i57j33i10i160.6437j1j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8 )
sherapy_ A special Event with Sherry Amatenstein for NexTribe 12_28_20
As we end the most difficult year in modern history, therapist Sherry Amatenstein, the host of the podcast “Sherapy,” helps us make sense of it all and find a way forward. Sherry’s guests include novelist and psychotherapist Fran Dorf, and Dr. Julia Barclay, who has experience with long-haul COVID symptoms. We work through the shocking events of the year, and discuss how they might change us and the country for the better in 2021 and beyond.
*A SPECIAL_Sherapy Hosts 3 Republican Women and 3 Democratic Women in Conversation
A Special * Sherry hosts a provocative ‘healing summit’ between Democratic and Republican voters...
Sherapy_Real Therapy with Sherry Amatenstein and guest 10_9_20
Today Sherry will discuss the Hate, Anger, Depression, and ill feelings brought on by the Pandemic, the Upcoming Election, and the civil distress in our lives. Her guests include Dr. Steven Sosny, who coined the term ESD (Election Stress Disorder). Amy Ferris, Author, Advocate for Life, and Public Speaker, & Seeker of truth. And Michele Samit, LA Screen Writer, Professional Speaker, and an advocate for the upcoming election.