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Viewpoints Mission.

In this section, we publish your articles, blogs, news, and more; and make them available to the general public.

USABP Viewpoints will share beneficial discoveries, useful products, and valuable services. The goal is to offer a much-needed resource not only to our somatic community but also to all those interested in learning about body psychotherapy and somatic psychology. 

We aim to raise public awareness of the crucial contributions of our field in order to reach more people in need of the uniquely integrated care we offer. We believe we have a great deal to contribute to shaping our national mental health policy.

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