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Episode 21: Bobby Steggert

Bobby Steggert is an actor who spent 20 years working on and off Broadway. Notable performances include Mothers and Sons, in which he played opposite Tyne Daly, and the revival of Ragtime for which he earned a Tony nomination. He received an additional four Drama Desk nominations and can be heard on several original cast albums.

After receiving a Masters degree in Social Work from Columbia University, he has now begun a second career as a psychotherapist, where he specializes in the treatment of LGBTQ young adults, and artists of all ages and modalities. His daily work is to help clients find balance and purpose in the often uncertain and unpredictable life of an artist.

Bobby recommends:

TED-Elizabeth Cox: What is imposter syndrome and how can you combat it?

The Guardian-Oliver Burkeman: The eight secrets to a (fairly) fulfilled life

Allison recommends:

New York Times-Bonnie Tusi: Need to dust off your social skills?

More about Bobby:

Bobby Steggert, LMSW

New York Theater-Jonathan Mandell: Bobby Steggert, Actor Turned Therapist Q&A

Medium-Bobby Steggert: An Open Letter From a Novice Therapist

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