Reuben Brody Aims to find Hidden Harmonies

He is guided by the value of storytelling, and he maintains that sharing our experiences through narrative can help us connect with others, ourselves, and our environment.

Reuben was raised in the rural south and educated in the northeast and Colorado. As a professional writer, he cut his teeth in Los Angeles, Raleigh, and New Orleans, where he worked as a staff writer for the mayor until Hurricane Katrina. In 2012, he became the founding editor of the Los Angeles edition of InsideHook. 

In addition to InsideHook, his work has appeared in the Los Angeles Times and RealClear Politics as well as other publications, some of which have been swallowed by cyberspace. Areas of interest include environmental issues, culture, and mental health. He dabbles in fiction, too.

Reuben is also a behavioral mental health therapist at Matone Counseling and Testing in Asheville, N.C. He helps folks struggling with sleep disorders, delayed transitions to adulthood, anxiety, depression, and life transitions like grief and loss. Please contact him through Matone or Psychology Today for clinical support.

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