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Bob Zima LCPC

The Bob Zima Show


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Bob Zima is a middle-aged, over-educated, under-employer, over-weight, guy who believes that when he tries less his life has more success. Bob is also a licensed clinical counselor and improvisational comedy graduate of Chicago’s famed Player’s Workshop of the Second City. So his podcast/radio show is a roller-coaster ride of mental health ideas, treasure trove of inspirational rants and witty lampooning of the psychological and religious industries in ‘Merica. Bob’s HOOYA (Head Out Of Your Ass) humor therapy encourages all to engage in a cranium-rectum extraction then get busying having fun.

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In-Flight Entertainment welcomes you to The Bob Zima Show starring a Frequent Flyer to Hell and Back. This podcast features the Bob's quirky insights and lessons learned from having to reinvent, reboot and rebuild his life at least TWICE now…all due to the ?Bullsh!t of Life.? On today's show, Bob discusses dreams and imagination. Do you have the brain power needed to imagine the life that you want? And if you do, is the motivation enough to help you get there? Bob welcomes you to call into the show and share your thoughts on today's topic. You also never know which of Bob's ?Character Defects? and alter egos may show up and share their insights with you as well. Is it therapy or a situational comedy? Who knows! Laugh your ass off while you learn and improve the quality of your life. Disclaimer: Always seek the advice of a qualified mental health professional before ever doing anything suggested on this website. Don't have one? Visit this website! NOW! All opinions are solely that of In-Flight Entertainment and Bob Zima. Material should not be connected or accredited in any way to past/present employers and other organizations with which I have consulted.
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