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These are uncertain times. There is a global pandemic that has changed the very way we live our lives. For some, they have been isolated away from family and friends. For others, they are on the frontline providing healthcare or other critical services. Job loss, financial uncertainty, and death of loved ones and grief are some of the very real hardships affecting the mental health and well-being of many.
Emergencies, such as the COVID19 crisis, can ignite new symptoms of depression and anxiety or it can make existing symptoms worse. Even if you do not experience anxiety or depression, high levels of stress and insomnia can occur when there is a crisis.
There are things that you can do today, right now, to help feel better.
If you find that you need personalized care, you can also contact me. I am here to help you using online evidence-based psychotherapy.
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