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VIDEO: Lori Gottlieb on Mental Health and the Coronavirus

Productive vs. Unproductive Anxiety, and More

Lori Gottlieb

In this clip from the 2020 Virtual Symposium, CE director Zach Taylor speaks with Lori Gottlieb, therapist and author of the bestselling Maybe You Should Talk to Someone, about maintaining our mental health during the coronavirus pandemic, the concept of "both/and," and the difference between productive and unproductive anxiety.

Here's the link to Lori's "Dear Therapist's Guide to Staying Sane During a Pandemic."


Lori Gottlieb is a psychotherapist and New York Times bestselling author who writes the weekly “Dear Therapist” column for the Atlantic, where she’s also a contributing editor. She’s appeared on Today, Good Morning America, MSNBC, CNN, Dr. Phil, and NPR.


You might also enjoy our interview with Lori, or her book excerpt in our March 2019 issue.

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Topic: Anxiety/Depression | Cultural, Social & Racial Issues

Tags: 2020 | Anxiety | anxiety and depression | anxiety treatment | dealing with anxiety | Illness | Illnesses | Lori Gottlieb | Networker Symposium | stress | stress anxiety | Symposium

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