Episode 53: "Women's Mental Health advocacy"

Ashley Junghans-Rutelonis | PhD, LP

Episode 53

Show Notes

Guest: Ashley Junghans-Rutelonis | PhD, LP

Date: September 27, 2022

In this BHI episode, I had the great pleasure of having Ashley Junghans-Rutelonis on the show.

In this BHI episode, we dive into the different reason’s why an individual should or should not go into a Ph.D. program.

We also get into the main discussion for today which is based on women’s mental health advocacy issues and the different ways women struggle to get the services they need. We also take a deeper dive into advocacy issues and barriers that women in the mental health profession have to go through. Ashley then expresses different ways we can help women obtain services that are most beneficial to them.

Ashley’s values range from being a mom, a doctoral-level clinical psychologist, a leader, and a bold creative. Ashley believes that women are incredible and that we can accomplish amazing things together.

It was a true pleasure having Ashley on the show!

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