In this episode, we talk with author and psychotherapist, Jodi Aman. She is the author of several books, including the best-selling book, You-1, Anxiety-0. She is also a TEDx speaker, business mentor, and she teaches narrative therapy and intuitive counseling. Having studied at Columbia University’s School of Social Work, she has over 25 years of experience as a psychotherapist. Through her website, she offers video coaching, workshops, and masterclasses.
In today’s conversation with Jodi, we discuss how her battle with anxiety began when she was five years old. We also cover the rise in anxiety amongst teens and the role that marketing and the news media plays in that rise. We chat about her best-selling book, her TedX talk and more. For full episode notes, including links to her website and her TedX talk, be sure to visit DefeatingDepressionPodcast.com
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