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Therapist Roll Call: Join The Private Practice Pinterest List

Therapist Roll Call Pinterest

Do you use Pinterest? I do and I have found some amazing relationship and emotional health resources for my clients and practice building resources. I’ve also found that it’s a great way to direct visitors to my website and learn about my services.

In the past, I’ve featured a roll call for therapists so we could connect on Twitter and Facebook, and it was very well received. I’d like to continue that tradition so we can get to know each other more on social media.

I recently wrote about how Pinterest can benefit your practice. So let’s all add our Pinterest information and see what kinds of things we’re pinning on our boards. Connect with me on Pinterest here

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Post a comment below and include:

  1. your name
  2. a link to your Pinterest page or board
  3. your city and state
  4. specialty area


About Dr. Julie Hanks, LCSW:
Dynamic self & relationship expert Dr. Julie de Azevedo Hanks, LCSW loves to make a difference for women. She owns Wasatch Family Therapy and regularly contributes to TV Shows and her advice has been featured nationally including Wall Street Journal, Parenting, Fox News, and others. Connect on Instagram, Facebook & Twitter. Her books The Burnout Cure and The Assertiveness Guide are now available. Dr. Hanks is currently accepting coaching clients.


Jessica S. Campbell

I am Jessica S. Campbell, LCSW andI love Pinterest!

You can find me at

I practice in Palm Beach County, Florida.

I help overwhelmed women and anyone who has experienced trauma find a more balanced lifestyle, move on from troubling events and form meaningful relationships with reawakened creativity for happier and healthier lives.

Pat Windsor, LCSW

Great ideal.
I provide services to individuals and couples. I see a lot of women that deal with anxiety disorders and mood disorders.

Mary Reilly Mathews, LCSWR

I’ve come to love Pinterest! I am winding down a 20+ year career as an integrative Mind, Body, Spirit psychotherapist. I’m now focusing on a weekly blog to share information, infographics I create, and publishing projects to inspire, enliven, transform. Pinterest is a terrific way to curate information!
You can find my boards here:

I live in Clinton, NY which is in central NY state.

Becca Reed Smith, LCSW

Becca Reed Smith, LCSW

Auburn, ME

My focus is in supporting women (ages 16+) in developing feelings of safety, confidence and empowerment as they heal from difficult life experiences. I also enjoy working with individuals in helping professions to improve self-care and reduce the impact of vicarious trauma.

Lura Carey,CMHC, RN

Julie, I LOVE reading your Private Practice Toolbox column. Your articles have helped me SO much to set up my website and to grow my practice. I really see the potential of Pinterest but I have to admit I am stumped about how to use it. I’m still working though struggling with getting it going. I am so glad that your material will be available online once I finally get the hang of it. Keep sharing with us as it is enormously encouraging. Thanks, Lura

Trauma and grief issues
Pleasant Grove, Ut

Vanessa Pawlowski, Psy.D.

Hi Julie,

Thank you for inspiring me to join Pinterest, I have been curious to learn more about it!

I am at:

Beverly Hills, CA

I specialize in working with clients with eating disorders and/or anxiety.

Jeff VoVillia, MA

Hi Julie,

Pinterest is a wonderful resource, especially for parenting and children!

I’m at

Northern Colorado & you guessed it, child and family/parenting.

Donna Bracher, LPC

I finally joined Pinterest – thanks for the inspiration Julie!

I’m Donna Bracher, I’m an LPC with a counseling practice in Okemos, MI, near Lansing, MI.

You can find me on Pinterest at:

Jenny DuClos, LMHC

Jennifer DuClos, MA, EDM, LMHC
Duxbury, Massachusetts
Children, Adolescents & Women


Hi Julie,

I’ve loved reading your columns so far…good stuff.

I can be found on Pinterest at:

I’m a mental health counselor in NYC specializing in LGBTQ issues, race and multiculturalism and trauma recovery.

Jor-El Caraballo, LMHC

Julia Tucker Wood

I’m Julia Tucker Wood, LMFT and The Director of Operations at Reflections of Chester, Health and Wellness Center in Chester, CT. I specialize in Child and Adolescent Therapy, Couples Therapy, Family Therapy, Mood Disorders and my pinterest site is

Laura Hollywood

Laura Hollywood BSc, Dip Couns
South East London, England
Specialist in anxiety, depression and men issues. Helping you to move forward, become empowered and have more fulfilling relatioships.

Barbara Sheehan-Zeidler

Hi All… I’m game!

1) Barbara Sheehan-Zeidler, MA, LPC (Pleasure to “meet” you!)


3) Littleton, CO

4) I help adults who have had some type of trauma successfully integrate the linger adverse effects of the trauma (EMDR), reclaim their truest voice, and courageously speak and live their best life! I am humbled and honored daily.

marissa williams
LIsa Hale

Lisa Hale

San Antonio, TX

Specializing in treating addictions (chemical and behavioral), sex addiction, codependency, trauma

Jennifer Nakata, LPC

Wonderful opportunities to see what colleagues are doing!!

Jennifer Nakata, LPC

Thornton, CO (Denver)

Specializing in Teens/Adults struggling with anxiety, depression, anger, grief/loss and life transitions.

Emma Cameron

I’m an Integrative Arts Psychotherapist based in London and Colchester, UK.

I specialise in helping women connect to their deepest creative self, to find and develop an inner spark that has the potential to become a guiding light connecting them to their deeper passions, their unique sense of meaning, and inner security.

Emma Cameron

Emma Cameron, M.A., Integrative Arts Psychotherapist based in London and Colchester, UK.

I specialise in helping women connect to their deepest creative self, to find an inner spark that can become a guiding light connecting them to their deeper passions, their unique sense of meaning, and inner security.

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