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My guest today, Soribel Martinez, has an inspiring story of resilience and determination. She shares her journey through childhood trauma and major health issues, and the path to building a successful group practice in Connecticut. Soribel’s approach... more
My guest today, Dr. Paul Rivera, has a unique perspective on Latino mental health that comes from decades of work with communities, governments, and organizations around the world. Paul and I discuss the multi-layered experience of Latinos in the US ... more
In this series, I’m talking with assessment practitioners who work in unique environments or specialties. The hope is to shine a light on some of the more unorthodox and creative ways to use our assessment skills. Each interview follows the same str... more
So. Un-humble: “I’m the visionary for my practice”.
The. Shark. This podcast has jumped the shark, completely. It used to be really good, informative. But, I think he’s been successful and it’s all gone to his head. Ads? Really??!? “Let’s hear a word from our sponsor…” Cue to fast forward, skip stupid ads. Why couldn’t you have kept it simple and done an interview each month about some testing topic with an expert? That would be great. The ads, the stupid plugs for EHR??!! OMG. Please. Stop.
Dr. Sharp gives business owners practical tips to growing a business and also addresses the deeper issues in our lives such as personal boundaries, work and life balance, and enjoying our work. He has authentic conversations with amazing guests. All psychologists should follow this show.
You must raking in the $$$, rolling in it. The only emails I get from you are ads from your beloved $pon$or$. You have sooo many ads on the podcast itself. All of that could be fine, BUT the content of the podcast **stinks**. In the beginning, this was a great podcast. So sad.
I have learned so much about business techniques for therapy practices from Dr. sharp and his guests. Love the transparency around testing new techniques and measuring the results - then sharing the results with the listeners. Thank you!
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The Testing Psychologist Podcast launched 7 years ago and published 414 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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