Put Away the French Films

& Go Talk to Your Parents

This episode of features a conversation with psychotherapist Arielle Kanitz from Memorial Day weekend. It’s the last in a four-part series with the clinicians from The Counseling Collective, in Boca Raton Florida. Arielle is a licensed clinical social worker who provides individual, couples, and family therapy. She talks about growing up in a small Michigan town, and how that influenced her path becoming a psychotherapist. If you enjoy this episode, check out my conversations with Arielle’s colleagues in their group private practice: episode 95, with Amy Effman, episode 137, with Dr. Stevie Peña, and episode 147, with Wendy Weaver. Enjoy. -Tom

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148. Psychotherapist Arielle Kanitz
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