This article evaluates the effects of the transition to online work for professionals who are engaged in psychophysiological therapy.

The art of sharing will be in the focus of this paper. We believe that sharing is central to all types of therapy, and a fortiori for biofeedback. We posit that the transition to distant biofeedback necessitates mastering the art of sharing. We suggest that in biofeedback training, two types of sharing take place: Sharing of the objective physiological data and sharing of the subjective process of the training.

One may assume that the main challenges in remote biofeedback are how to collect the data and how to share it. While referring to these issues, we argue that sharing of the subjective elements in biofeedback training is even more challenging.

The first part of this article reviews the effects of COVID-19 on our...

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