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1: Why did you choose to become a therapist? When I was young, I always knew that I liked helping people. In high school, I took a psychology class and everything just “clicked.” I knew
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Dr. Jen Hartstein, Yahoo Life Mental Health Contributor, spoke to Yahoo Life about how she recommends people approach these difficult situations.
Jen Hartstein, a psychologist and Yahoo Life Mental Health Contributor, shared her thoughts on the types of things to consider when making your decision.
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Psychologist Jennifer Hartstein talked about mental health concerns during the coronavirus pandemic.
As the coronavirus outbreak continues, many people may be interested in looking to therapy to help ease stress and anxiety, but it can be difficult to know where to start. Dr. Jen Hartstein,