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What is 'Instagram therapy' and can it help women?

Some women have been finding mental health support in the form of 'Instagram therapy'. Image: UNSPLASH/Priscilla Du Preez

Fanny Gravel-Patry

Ph.D. Candidate and Public Scholar, Communication Studies, Concordia University

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