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The Founding Director of the Family Medicine Residency Training Program at Kaiser Permanente Napa-Solano and an Assoc. Clinical Professor in the Dept. of Family & Community Medicine at the UC San Francisco SOM.
Dr. Beeman is an Ob/Gyn, a former philosophy professor, writer, and founder of InsideTheBoards and Ars Longa Media.
Christopher has over 8 years of experience designing and developing digital products across different mediums and industries.
Dr. Todd Grande has a Ph.D. in counselor education and supervision and is a licensed professional counselor of mental health as well as a licensed chemical dependency professional.
Dr. Raj is a Pulmonary, Critical Care, and Sleep Specialist. He is also a USC professor & author
A general & forensic psychiatrist of 20 yrs. with a mission to increase mental health awareness by educating on disorders, well-being and self-improvement.
Madison is an undergrad student studying Psychology and Philosophy at Cleveland State University. Filling in where needed, she considers herself to be a jack of all trades but master of none.
Frontman and a founding member of Enter Shikari
Dr. Nissen is a Harvard Medical School Clinical Fellow and Resident Physician in the HMS Department of Psychiatry.
Dr. Bryant became passionate about podcasting when he realized there was a lack of quality audio material for medical students to use for studying.
Sehra Rahmany is a fourth-year medical student. She is passionate about promoting mental health awareness among medical students and professionals.
Amy Schattel is a fourth year medical student at West Virginia Medical School with the hopes of matching into a psychiatry residency in the near future.