Are you a teenager looking for a podcast that talks about all things mental health? Hosted by someone who provides therapy to teens just like you every day? Not Now, Maybe Later is a teen mental health podcast hosted by Emily Ostrow, a Sweetser therapist who works with high school students in Maine. Lots of young people do not know where to go when it comes to mental health resources. On this podcast, Emily and her guests will explore the universe of mental health care from one end to the other, covering topics like what to expect from therapy, improving self-esteem, understanding diagnoses like anxiety, PTSD, and depression, and discussing some trends (ahem, like what’s on your cell phone) that affect how you think, feel, and act. This podcast is a project supported by Sweetser. Follow Not Now, Maybe Later and tune in every month for a new episode!
Emily Ostrow, is a licensed clinical social worker in Maine. She is currently working as school-based clinician for Sweetser supporting high school students to transform their mental health. She earned a Master’s degree in Social Work, clinical program, from Simmons University in Boston and is certified in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy. She specializes in working with teens who have experienced trauma. Emily loves podcasts, sleeping, theme parties, and she spends a ton of time with her family.
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