For Video Edtion, Please Click and Subscribe Here: https://youtu.be/Cn9mIWwttSk The show in which the Arts and Therapy come together to to try and make sense of it all! Hosted by Dr. Judi Bloom and Richard Skipper Dr. Judi Bloom is a practical, interactive, solution-focused therapist specializing in relationships and in navigating through major life transitions. For 26 years she has treated patients of every background and helped them work through a wide variety of personal challenges. She is originally from New York and did her undergraduate work at Cornell University. She received her Master’s Degree at Antioch University, and went on to earn a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at Ryokan College. Her private practice has always been the center of her work. Beyond that, she has taught parenting at Santa Monica College for ten years, gave psychological advice for five years as co-host of a morning drive-time radio show in Southern California, and has been featured on national, local, and cable television programs. https://www.drjudibloom.com/Philip Carrubba is currently in partnership with Richard Hillman Public Relations a boutique agency located in the heart of the Theatre District that specializes in press, public relations, media campaigns, and special events for theatrical stage productions, cabaret, music recordings, cultural institutions, and celebrities. With more than 20 years’ experience working on commercial and not-for-profit productions on Broadway and Off-Broadway, he takes a hands-on approach to building a strong working relationship with every client. He carefully defines each client’s goals and works to meet them by crafting effective media campaigns tailored to each client’s unique needs.
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