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Recovering From Pandemic Stress?

You’re not alone! An exercise from bioenergetic psychotherapy can help

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As life begins to return to normal, many people still experience high levels of anxiety and depression. For myself, I’ve had periods of strong emotions, along with a confusing contrast of wanting time alone and an urge to be around people. I learned that several of my friends felt this too…




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Laurie Ure LICSW

Laurie Ure LICSW

Bioenergetic Psychotherapist. Passionately integrating body & mind in psychotherapy. Speaker, trainer, author. Email list, twitter @laurie_ure

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