What if humanity is on a collision course with our own extinction? Is there a national and global mental health crisis that is not being addressed? Should we fear for our children and all future generations, who may feel hopeless or resigned or simply don't know what to do to help create a more loving and sustainable world? Tune in to the new episode to gain a deeper understanding of the mental health crisis around the globe, and its potential impact on humanity's survival. I'm your host Michael R. Herst - welcome to One More Thing Before You Go.
In this thought-provoking conversation, we explore the alarming state of mental health and its potential implications for the survival of humanity. Psychotherapist Phyllis Leavitt and I explore the potential collision course of humanity with its own extinction, her insights on the factors contributing to the crisis, and the urgent need for society to address this issue. We discuss how the mental well-being of individuals, families, and communities is intricately linked to the health of our planet. Find out more at https://beforeyougopodcast.com
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Author and Psychotherapist
Phyllis Leavitt MA Bio
I graduated from Antioch University with a Masters’ Degree in Psychology and Counseling in 1989. I co-directed a sexual abuse treatment program called Parents United in Santa Fe, New Mexico until 1991 before going into private practice full time. I have been a psychotherapist treating children, families, couples, and individual adults for over 30 years, and I have worked extensively with abuse and dysfunctional family dynamics, their aftermath, and some of the most important elements for healing. I have also published two books, A Light in the Darkness and Into the Fire, and I have just written my third book, America in Therapy. I live in Taos, NM and I am retired now, focusing on writing. My website is www.phyllisleavitt.com