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Today on the podcast, Christine MacMillian speaks with Miriam Anthony, an experience Associate Marriage and Family Psychotherapist, about healthy boundaries.

Miriam Anthony specializes in trauma, life transitions, occupational hazards of the Maritime Industry, and gender relations. For the past year, she has been providing therapy to military veteran students with US Vets. She brings her skills from years as a Ship’s Officer with a demonstrated history of working on various types of vessels in the maritime industry- from Towing, Fishing, and Research Vessels to Navy and Merchant Ships.

“From Navigating Ships to managing natural disasters in California- I noticed a need for more mental health resources tailored to the unique experiences of mariners, first responders, victims of trauma, and military veterans. I have seen a lot, and I learned that sometimes the only way out – is through.”

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