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The Joy of Re-Emerging and Re-Connecting Post Vaccination

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People stand socaily distanced as they queue to enter to take a Covid-19 test. (Photo by Daniel Leal-Olivas / AFP)

One of the Bay Area’s largest hospitals counted zero COVID patients last week, the CDC is advising the vaccinated to remove their masks, and more than 40% of Californians are now fully vaccinated.  After a year with so much loss and isolation, many of us are feeling the joy of newfound freedom and reconnection. We’ll talk about  overdue reunions with loved ones and other post-vaccination freedoms and we’ll want to hear from you. What is bringing you joy?

Our guest Justin Michael Williams has a new book available called “Stay Woke,” more information here.


Dr. Yotam Heineberg, is a clinical supervisor for therapists in training and lecturer for Palo Alto University, as well as Applied Psychological Interventions Associate at CCARE.

Justin Michael Williams, is a musician and author, his book is "Stay Woke: A Meditation Guide for the Rest of Us."

Luna Malbroux, comedian, musician and she is studying to be a sex coach.


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