Feb. 1, 2023

Episode 29 The Psychotherapist

Episode 29 The Psychotherapist

In this season 2 premiere of Beyond the Picket Fence, Dr. Heather Browne shares her story of growing up with a mother who suffered from paranoia schizophrenia and being widowed by a man who passed away from a heart attack.

She learned the hard way that grief is different for everyone. She reflects on how her own experience has shaped her outlook on life, and how it has helped her to understand and empathize with those who are struggling with grief in their own lives. She also provides advice to those who are dealing with loss, and encourages them to take the time to process their emotions in whatever way is best for them.

Another story from Beyond the Picket Fence that proves, no one has a perfect life! It's ok to take a break from keeping it all together!

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As a relationship expert, Dr. Heather Browne has worked with thousands of individuals and couples in psychotherapy. She is published in hundreds of journals, has an active YouTube channel, has been featured on ABC-7 news, was the relationship expert on KDOC Daybreak OC, and is published in Inc., Toronto Sun, Thriving Family Magazine, Light + Life, BRAINZ, Scary Mommy, and Psychology Today. She is a regular guest blogger for both Links for Shrinks and for Marriage Friendly Therapists.  


She offers a weekly newsletter packed with tips and techniques to improve relationships and has workshops! Simply go to her website!