Moments of Clarity – Tom Gentry
Episode 23 of The Path to Authenticity features an interview of the host for the September 5 episode of Moments of Clarity with Tiffany, on the Tan Talk Radio Network. Tom talked about his personal experience with substance abuse and his role as an addiction professional with over two decades of experience working with clients and families. Tiffany Werhner is a licensed mental health counselor living in the greater Tampa Bay Area. She created her show, Moments of Clarity, as a way to shine a light on and combat the stigma associated with mental health and mental health treatment. Learn more about Tiffany at momentsofclaritywithtiffany.com.
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© Copyright 2020, Tom Gentry; Music: Buy a Guitar, The Bad Plants, and Guitar Lessons by Punk Rock Opera, all edited for use. Used with permission from the artist under a Creative Commons license.
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