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The Reluctant Therapist: Vaccine collectivism in the age of autonomy

In a country and culture that esteems the individual, civil liberties and personal freedoms, at what point are we responsible for the health and well-being of the collective? What happened to  the moral imperative in taking actions that are in the best interest of the greater good and not our own self-service? The Reluctant Therapist, Elizabeth Barrett, welcomes in religious studies professor Stephen Lloyd-Moffett for this week's conversation about the need for more people taking actions that improve all lives instead of focusing on their own.

Elizabeth Barrett is a wife, mother, licensed marriage-family therapist, educator, eavesdropper, emotion worker, and mental health consultant. She uses all of these skills to address the subjects that we all struggle with in this conversation with the Reluctant Therapist.