As the number of cases of COVID-19 increase, so does the associated anxiety. For the general public, the mental health effects of COVID-19 are as important to address as are the physical health effects. As a therapist with Back to Basics Counseling, Deb McClintock knows that for the one in five people who already have a mental health condition. – or the one in two who is at risk of developing one–it’s important to take time to be aware of the potential impacts of everything that is going on around us. That’s because taking the time to care for yourself can actually help you to be more resilient and grounded, even in uncertain times.
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- This weekend's Inside KELOLAND featured a HealthBeat Special focused on mental health. Here at KELOLAND Living, we've spent the past 13 months focusing a lot on dealing with the Coronavirus pandemic. That's not news. What is new is that while most of us have been focused on the short and long-term effects of COVID-19, we […]
- Over the past year, the pandemic and how we deal with it has changed from day-to-day. That constant onslaught of change can make it tough to keep things straight. Yet, we are learning more about the virus than ever. Patricia Tille is a biomedical health scientist and the chair of the Microbiology Advisory Committee of […]