by Deona Hooper, MSW
In case you missed Noah Kass LCSW and resident psychotherapist on MSNBC’s the Dylan Ratigan Show, you can find him on Jim Cramer’s thestreet.com writing his “Ask Noah” weekly column. Noah received his Master’s degree in Clinical Social Work from New York University, and he also has served as Clinical Director at The Dunes East Hampton and Realization Center in Union Square. His clinical skills and practice focus on addiction, relationship issues and work place stressors.
[box type=normal]”He has debated the former Republican nominee for attorney general Dan Donovan at The New School University’s panel discussion “Youth in Harm’s Way: Marijuana Law Enforcement and Young New Yorkers,” led a series of joint training sessions with The Legal Aid Society helping to educate New York City parole officers on how to best work with their LGBTQ clients and has been featured in The New York Daily News and The Gotham Gazette.” Huffington Post [/box]
View Noah at one of his segments on the Dylan Ratigan Show which has since been replaced by Martin Bashir Live.
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