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- Dr. Michael Heitt clinical psychologist and associate director of the Faculty and Staff Assistance Program for the Johns Hopkins University, Johns Hopkins Hospital, and their affiliates
- Jerilyn Ross director of the Ross Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders, CEO of the Anxiety Disorders Association of America, and author "Triumph Over Fear"
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