In this interview I share how I connect to the hills and trails, my experience of the 2008-2009 financial crisis, and what it was like to be under threat of going hungry and how to survive in New York City, and then to land and set up life in Hong Kong.

We then focus on my work as a psychologist, how people can deal with trauma and grieving, and how to cope when everything falls apart.

A big thank you to Ran Elfassy for the opportunity.

 

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If you feel like you need to talk to someone, then please do contact me to set up an online session via email info@doctormonicaborschel.com.

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