Seth Showalter, MHA, MSW, LCSW
Developed a podcast entitled Mental Health Uncovered which is still available today. However, you'll notice that there haven't been many episodes out in quite some time but that's for good reason.
Seth took a break from mental health podcasting in order to focus his energies on helping launch a Counseling & Psychiatry practice in MO. You can find out more about that at: brave-mo.com.
Further, Seth dedicated his time and energy into unpacking his own trauma story in a new book entitled "Finally Free: A Surrender to Authenticity." This book will be published in late 2023 by Quoir Publishing. Stay tuned to learn more!
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The podcast did have a Facebook Community. The goal was to provide a safe place to talk, process, and learn about things you can do to take steps forward as well as processing the show. Seth was never quite successful at getting this off the ground but if you'd ever like to check it out or help him make it active: click the link below!
Seth Showalter is a single gay man who is the proud father of a lively cat by the name of Lizzie. He obtained a Bachelors of Social Work from the University of Missouri-Columbia, a Masters in Social Work from Missouri State University and a Masters in Healthcare Administration from Webster University. He is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the state of Missouri. He works as a Clinical Supervisor and Therapist in the Central Region of Missouri. Seth has experience with Clinical Consultation, Training, Onboarding, Utilization Management, Care Management and Crisis Intervention. Seth is passionate about providing support and believes that everyone deserves to be heard.
Will Harrison's life exemplifies resiliency. Will has Moebius Syndrome, a rare neurological condition, that primarily affects the muscles that control facial expression and eye movement. Will experiences weakness or paralysis of his facial muscles. Will has gone on to become a therapist to impact the lives of many.
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