I am on a mission, and I hope you will join me.
Recent studies have indicated that nearly 50% of the U.S. population struggles with isolation, loneliness, and friendlessness.
To make matters worse, and despite our best efforts to intervene, we continue to struggle with issues of bullying and peer-victimization.
This truly is an epidemic.
I have spent much of my life on the front lines. As someone who survived years of bullying, friendlessness, and social anxiety, I know what it feels like to be the target, the outcast, the undesirable. And my heart breaks as I sit with clients who must fight those same battles.
No one deserves to be left out.
No one deserves to suffer in silence.
All of us deserve a seat at the table of belonging.
I believe in a world that is a little less hurt, a little less broken, and a lot more connected…
… but I can’t do it alone.
As a speaker and author, my mission is to:
— Inspire curiosity about human connection
— Translate the wealth of research discoveries from psychology and neuroscience into something digestible and relatable
— Share insights founded on years “in the trenches” through clinical work
— Tell the stories of hardship and suffering from my story that so many of us
— Enlist others in the cause for con
Together, we can make a difference.
About My Website
Thank you for checking out my website!
I am a doctoral student in clinical psychology, author, public speaker, and advocate for the Autism community. I have a passion for translating clinical concepts into digestible content for kids and families, particularly when it comes to health psychology and neuroscience.
I created this site to help visitors learn a little bit of who I am and what I do, but I also provide a wealth of SEO-friendly writing tips and tricks to help mental health professionals take their content to the next level.
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By: Kyler Shumway, MA