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Dr. Erin Shannon, Holistic Psychologist and Energy Medicine Practitioner, joins us to discuss her work with individual professional athletes and as well as professional teams. Dr. Shannon maintains private practices in both St. Louis, Missouri and Tennessee. Dr. Erin Shannon works with a broad spectrum of clients and goals. She specializes in both traditional psychotherapy and cutting edge mind-body techniques and energy medicine. She is the sports psychologist and energy worker for the Tennessee Titans. Dr. Shannon is the author of the upcoming Hay House book and documentary film, The Warrior Whisperer: The Improbable Tale of a reluctant Healer and Her Unique Tribe of Clients.
Dr. Shannon is known for the positive healing results she has with her clients as well as her healing presence, warmth and sense of humor. She is a regular guest on Fox 2 Now television show in St. Louis with Tim Ezell.
Dr. Shannon's upbringing as the daughter of legendary baseball player and Cardinal Baseball announcer Mike Shannon gives her a unique lifelong knowledge and insight into the lifestyle and challenges that accompany professional athletics. Dr. Shannon hosts her own radio show on mindgamesradio.com where she interviews professional athletes, agents, team doctors, etc.
Dr. Shannon graduated Summa Cum Laude from Loyola University in Los Angeles where she earned her BA in Psychology. She earned her Master of Psychology and Doctorate of Clinical Psychology Degrees from Pepperdine University in California where she graduated with highest honors at the top of her class. She completed her doctoral internship at the St. Louis VA Medical Center and was awarded a Post-Doctoral Fellowship from Washington University Medical School Departments of Psychiatry and Genetics.
We are excited to have her join us on The Love Frequency.
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