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RICHMOND, Va. - In this high tech age, it’s sometimes easier to communicate by social media rather than face-to-face. Washington D.C. based Integrative Psychotherapist Michael Shea stopped by our LIVE show to discuss the dangers of avoiding face-to-face interaction, and how it can potentially be linked to depression and anxiety. 

For more information on Michael Shea you can visit www.michaelfshea.com

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