#356 – Relationships, Dating and Disability with Danielle Sheypuk

Danielle Sheypuk

Dr. Danielle Sheypuk earned her doctorate (2009) in Clinical Psychology from the New School for Social Research in New York City. In 2012, she attracted an unusual degree of national media attention when she was awarded the title, “Ms Wheelchair New York.” Wheelchair-dependent since kindergarten, Danielle balances her professional duties as a clinical psychologist at the South Beach Psychiatric Center in Brooklyn, N.Y., while handling increasing demands from the news media for access to her expertise. Danielle’s particular areas of professional interest include the psychology of dating, relationships and sexuality among the disabled. She has used media appearances to advocate for the greater “mainstreaming” of the disabled into the social fabric of everyday life. Recently, Danielle inaugurated a private practice based in the growing field of Skype-assisted therapy.

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    Posted June 25, 2013 at 10:17 am | Permalink

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  2. Greg
    Posted June 29, 2013 at 7:52 pm | Permalink

    The podcast series is, in my opinion, a priceless contribution to raising the consciousness of a global community to a wide spectrum of psychological issues. Particularly useful have been the episodes on the depth psychology of C.G. Jung and his descendants and their perspectives on the personal collective unconscious as well as the archetypes as cosmic ordering and regulating principles verifiable in the phenomenal, external world and in the internal world of the psyche.

    As the podcasts are valuable for continuing education points they are of untold value to professionals as well as people with an interest in the evolution of mind. As Jung believed, humankind carries the evolution of the cosmos and of species within the unconscious psyche.,

  3. suz
    Posted July 7, 2013 at 11:20 am | Permalink

    Thank you and Dr. Sheypuk for this podcast. Even though society has come a long way from making offhand and cruel references to folks with a visible physical disability – I’m saddened that things continue to be terribly challenging.

    More power to you Dr. Sheypuk. Hope to see you on TV sometime.

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