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September 28th 2021: Step Up & Move Forward w/ Jotham Busfield & Jon Cunha

Jotham Busfield and Jon Cunha help young guys between the ages of 8 and 25 years old in the Greater Boston area “Step Up + Move Forward” by providing therapy and coaching services through their company Riser + Tread. This week on Next Steps Forward, program host Chris Meek speaks with Jotham and Jon about the services that they offer, which include individual and group therapy, ADHD programming, sports performance and recovery and youth mentoring. Along with Riser + Tread, they are also the hosts of the Grim Drive podcast (https://grimdrive.com/) which they will introduce to those in the audie

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Jotham Busfield

Jotham Busfield, LICSW originally graduated from Temple University with a degree in Architecture but later switched fields to clinical social work in order to help individuals directly. Jotham attended Boston University to complete the MSW program. Upon graduation, he co-founded Think-diff Institute in Lexington, MA and co-owned the practice until 2019. From 2013 to 2018, he also focused on short-term intensive in-home family therapy with a nonprofit in Medford, MA and held a position at the Department of Veterans Affairs as an intake clinician for their program for homeless veterans. In 2019, Jotham co-founded Riser+Tread with Jon Cunha, in order to expand the focus on helping young guys in
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Jon Cunha

Jon Cunha, LMHC earned his Master's from Lesley University in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Jon is the Co-Owner of Riser and Tread, a company dedicated to helping young guys ages 9-25 "Step Up + Move Forward." Jon is also the Chief Performance Coach for Cherish health helping to optimize both company and individual performances. Jon's passion lies in working with athletes around issues of prehab (preventative care), injury, performance and identity. Jon was a three time All-American in Track and Field at Wheaton College, MA until injury ended his aspirations of pursuing it as a career. That experience helped motivate him towards wanting to support others going through something similar
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/3964/next-steps-forward 27/11/2021 01:00 27/11/2021 02:00 Next Steps Forward https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/3964/next-steps-forward Jotham Busfield and Jon Cunha help young guys between the ages of 8 and 25 years old in the Greater Boston area “Step Up + Move Forward” by providing therapy and coaching services through their company Riser + Tread. This week on Next Steps Forward, program host Chris Meek speaks with Jotham and Jon about the services that they offer, which include individual and group therapy, ADHD programming, sports performance and recovery and youth mentoring. Along with Riser + Tread, they are also the hosts of the Grim Drive podcast (https://grimdrive.com/) which they will introduce to those in the audience not already familiar with their platform. They will also speak specifically to their specialized program to help athletes strengthen their mental fitness and resolve, an especially timely topic given the prevalence that mental health among athletes has finally been given in the media. A topic that has for too long been brushed under the rug, Jotham and Jon have special insight where approaching mental health through the lens of athletics is concerned. Believers in prehab versus rehab, or training individuals to develop skills to manage circumstances as they come instead of after circumstances occur, this is a must listen for parents with young guys who may be experiencing changes in mental health, athletes and anyone who is looking for more information on the relationship between mental health and athletics. VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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