Woods Hole, MA (PRWEB) September 17, 2009
AskAnyAlly.com launched the first installment of a video series (http://www.YouTube.com/AskAnAlly) offering professional and psychological advice on a wide variety of life's challenges.
"The economic recession is having another unintended consequence - psychological support is becoming financially inaccessible for many," said Dr. Jane Ginsberg, found and creator of AskAnAlly.com. "AskAnAlly.com launched this YouTube video series as another way to provide a safe and accessible space for people to get help and make a connection. I also wanted to produce these videos so that people can see who I am and know who they are 'talking to' on AskAnAlly.com."
New videos will be released every 2-3 weeks and cover topics like relationships, the holidays and parenting.
AskAnAlly.com is a website where professional and psychological advice meets a warm and supportive virtual atmosphere. Users are greeted with a homepage that serves as a relaxing "waiting room" where they can play games and make art and music. Past the homepage, people can anonymously ask for help, and read the archives of questions and Dr. Jane Ginsberg's responses.
Dr. Jane is the founder and creator of AskAnAlly.com and has been helping people reach their full potential for over 27 years. Specializing in women's issues, crisis management, conflict negotiation, life coaching and trauma recovery, Dr. Jane has worked with a diverse group of patients and clients including at-risk teenagers, the chronically mentally ill, businesses, and non-profit organizations. Dr. Jane holds a B.A. from Kirkland/Hamilton College and a Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D) from the University of Denver. She currently divides her time between Denver, Colorado and Cape Cod, Massachusetts with her daughter, Hannah and their guinea pig, Pickles.
You can find Ask An Ally online (http://www.AskAnAlly.com), on Facebook, on Twitter and YouTube.