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[00:00:00] Hello everyone. Welcome to The Testing Psychologist podcast, the podcast where we talk all about the business and practice of psychological and neuropsychological assessment. I’m your host, Dr. Jeremy Sharp, licensed psychologist, group practice owner, and private practice coach.

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Hey, y’all. Welcome back to The Testing Psychologist podcast.

[00:01:00] This is likely the first time that you are hearing from me in quite a while, and that’s the reason for this podcast today. I wanted to check in and provide an update on the status of the podcast and what might be going on with the missing episodes that you’ve likely noticed.

You may have seen that your podcast feed jumps from episode 291 to this episode, which is number 317. You are not going crazy. There is a big jump between the episodes and here’s why.

Back in the spring, my podcast editor, my virtual assistant, went into labor a little bit earlier than we were expecting, and the simple short story is, I was not prepared for her to take off and had not prepared well enough for her maternity leave. So, [00:02:00] I ended up with lots of episodes that are stockpiled, recorded, and just ready to be edited and published, but I just wasn’t able to do that on my own over the last two months while she was out on maternity leave.

Some of you have asked, after I made an announcement in the Facebook group, about this very issue about her and the health of the baby. Everybody is fine. Everybody is doing well. She is back. And as I said, I have several episodes that are just waiting to be edited and published. So what you will see over the next few weeks is a mix. You will see some of the missing episodes being backfilled. So your podcast feed might look a little wild here for a while as those episodes get backfilled.[00:03:00] So we’re going to publish the episodes that were scheduled over the last couple of months. You’ll see those get filled in and we’ll be moving ahead with “new episodes” as well.

So the podcast is here. There’s lots of content coming in a relatively short period of time. I am grateful as always for all of you listeners who have been asking where the content is and hanging tight while we get these episodes pushed out. So thanks again for hanging with me and I hope that you enjoy the two months of content that we’re going to push out here pretty soon.

All right, that is it for today.

I will say that The Testing Psychologist mastermind groups are in full swing; beginner, intermediate, and [00:04:00] advanced. If you’re a practice owner and you’d like some support and some accountability as you build your practice or run your practice, I would love to help you out. You can schedule a pre-group call at thetestingpsychologist.com/consulting, and we’ll check it out and see if the groups could be a good fit.

Okay, I’ll leave it there and I’ll catch you next time.

The information contained in this podcast and on The Testing Psychologist website is intended for informational and educational purposes only. Nothing in this podcast or on the website is intended to be a substitute for professional, psychological, psychiatric, or medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.[00:05:00] Please note that no doctor-patient relationship is formed here, and similarly, no supervisory or consultative relationship is formed between the host or guests of this podcast and listeners of this podcast. If you need the qualified advice of any mental health practitioner or medical provider, please seek one in your area. Similarly, if you need supervision on clinical matters, please find a supervisor with expertise that fits your needs.

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