DUE TO THE CURRENT COVID-19 SITUATION, IN PERSON SESSIONS ARE CURRENTLY PAUSED. TELEPHONE AND ONLINE THERAPY SESSIONS NOW AVAILABLE.

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Due to the current covid-19 situation, in-person sessions are currently paused. Telephone and online therapy sessions now available.
Salima and Christine on Dare to Share Your Untold Story Podcast
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Episode 34: The Devastation + Stigma of a Parent’s Divorce and the Unknown Mental Health Crisis

Guest: Christine Yerrill Christine openly shares how she has struggled with depression since her teen years, undiagnosed, with some re-occurrences post-partum. She explains that her parents’ marriage had fallen apart and the narrative that was created in her mind was that her family had fallen apart. The breakdown of the family unit was a major […]
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Salima and Maria on Dare to Share Your Untold Story Podcast
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Episode 33: Disruption + Chaos Endured, and Now She Soars Above It All

Guest: Maria Morvai At around eight years of age, she identifies as the last generation born in Estonia, Maria was raised in the Soviet Union, taught the Russian language, and brought up amidst chaos where the country was re-starting from the ground up, in addition to being abandoned by her father. At the age of […]
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Salima and Cindy on Dare to Share Your Untold Story Podcast
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Episode 32: A Marriage + Divorce, Both Behind Closed Doors

Guest: Cindy Stibbard Cindy conveys that no one really understands what a marriage is going through behind closed doors and what it is like to be married to a ‘covert narcissist’. She shares that this is a difficult personality to identify and has a grave impact on a person’s sense of worth and mental well-being. […]
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Salima and Svetlana on Dare to Share Your Untold Story Podcast
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Episode 31: Who She Was and Who She Became; Shifting Challenge into Grains of Beauty

Guest: Svetlana Ratnikova Svetlana’s story begins when she talks about building her first business in Russia, during a time where she had to deal with not-organized Russian Mafia. She claims it was a disaster as the Mafia were forming different groups. As soon as privatization was born in her country, that meant she could own […]
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