Classick Team-Up! Ep 56: Quinn Gee (@CuntryCounselor)


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Welcome back to another exciting edition of Classick Team-Up! on The CSPN!

This week, Classick and brand-new co-host Amber team-up with the remarkable Quinn Gee, M.S., a licensed psychotherapist and founder of Magnolia Mental Health. Quinn shares her story of becoming a mental health professional, her move from Memphis, TN to Washington, D.C., the challenges of running her own business, and common misconceptions about psychotherapy. Also featured are discussions about the HBO show “Insecure“, the tragic death of Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington, and a gripping game of #NameThatFlick that goes down to the wire!

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Listen to Classick Team-Up Ep 56: Quinn Gee

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