Stress-Reducing Strategies for Families to Cope With During the COVID-19 Pandemic

As efforts continue to focus on reducing the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), many families continue to struggle with the challenges of being home for prolonged periods. The past year has created immense stress for caretakers and their children as many continue to mourn previously established routines related to work, school, exercise, leisure, and tradition. As this disruption continues to impact the mental health of many children, parents, and grandparents, there are strategies in…

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Teletherapy in the Age of COVID-19

As people’s circumstances continue to change on a daily basis amid the ongoing pandemic, many mental health clinicians have made the switch to only provide therapy via teletherapy. This means that clinicians are able to speak with and see their clients using a video application for therapy appointments. This shift to teletherapy provides people with more of an opportunity to receive therapy services and still maintain the recommendations to practice social distancing and to shelter…

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