Do I need therapy? Why one psychologist says maybe not : Here & Now Anytime After fleeing the war in Gaza with the help of the American government, a family of four is denied entry into the U.S. Then, Dr. Neha Lalani tells us why popular diabetes and weight loss drugs like Ozempic may be impacting fertility. And, does everyone really need therapy to cope? Clinical psychologist Emily Edlynn explains why she says no. Ask your mental health questions here.

Do I need therapy? Why one psychologist says maybe not

Do I need therapy? Why one psychologist says maybe not

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After fleeing the war in Gaza with the help of the American government, a family of four is denied entry into the U.S.

Then, Dr. Neha Lalani tells us why popular diabetes and weight loss drugs like Ozempic may be impacting fertility.

And, does everyone really need therapy to cope? Clinical psychologist Emily Edlynn explains why she says no.

Ask your mental health questions here.

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