“Hirschhausen-to-house”: tips for mental health: the deer Hausen meets psychologist Catherine van Bronswijk

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In the interview, to me, a psychologist and a climate activist, Catherine van Bronswijk Eckart von Hirsch Hausen talks about the climate crisis, self-care, and the best “soul food”.

In the interview, to me, a psychologist and a climate activist, Catherine van Bronswijk Eckart von Hirsch Hausen talks about the climate crisis, self-care, and the best “soul food”.

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