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Would you like to connect with your Soul? Interview with Dr. Denise McDermott

Angel RIBO, TV Host of Mindalia Television Interviews Dr. Denise! Watch HERE! “Psychiatrist Denise McDermott loves connecting with people in her practice. She loves calling herself the Doctor of the Soul, because she immediately connects with people’s souls. When she realized that was her natural gift, she started a life of connection. Angel Ribo conducts […]

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Staying Sane as WE mourn the tragedy in Las Vegas – Podcast Transcription

Dr. Denise: Hi everybody it’s Dr. Denise. The show is going to have a different format with everything going on in the world and the unimaginable tragedy in Las Vegas. I thought we’d just discuss some tips and tools and how to stay sane when we’re going through feelings of grief, loss, and processing unbelievable […]

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Emmy Award Winning T.V. News Reporter Cathleen O’Toole Interviews Dr. Denise – Podcast Transcription

By popular request the “Take Over Episode” interview of Dr. Denise by Emmy Award Winning T.V. News Reporter Cathleen O’Toole has been transcribed. Dr. Denise: This is the Dr. Denise Show. I’m doctor Denise McDermott, an adult and child psychiatrist, specializing in an integrated approach to mental health. I believe in prescribing the least amount […]

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Dr. Denise Interviews Jacqueline Basulto on her role in Mental Health Advocacy and Suicide Prevention at Columbia University – Podcast Transcription

Here is the transcription of my interview with Jacqueline on 6/17/17. You will shed tears, be inspired and want to take action! Thank you Jacqueline. ~Dr. Denise Dr. Denise: This is the Dr. Denise Show. I’m doctor Denise McDermott, an adult and child psychiatrist, specializing in an integrative approach to mental health. I believe in […]

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Columbia University Graduate and Mental Health Advocate Jacqueline Basulto on Suicide Prevention

Jacqueline Basulto is a recent graduate of Columbia University. After witnessing seven student deaths in less than a year and experiencing mental health challenges herself, Jacqueline felt the need to do something to change the way higher education institutions handle psychological illnesses. Today, Jacqueline lives in Manhattan and is the founder of the mobile application […]

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