Published On: May 4, 2020|Categories: Coronavirus, Videos|

Morgan Crease, LSW, Adolescent Clinician at High Focus Centers in Lawrenceville, NJ, discusses how mindfulness can help you deal with heavy emotions such as anger, sadness, or anxiety. Especially during this time of quarantine, you may be feeling lonely or depressed. Learn how this simple mindfulness activity can provide a non-judgmental approach to working through your emotions so that you can let them go.

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