Month: March 2022

The Aftermath of COVID-19: Managing Pandemic Stress Two Years Later

The Aftermath of COVID-19: Managing Pandemic Stress Two Years Later

If you’ve turned on the news lately, you may have noticed fewer stories about the pandemic. It seems Covid-19 restrictions, safety protocols, and urgent fears are being tossed out rather quickly. It’s nice to start to return to “normal,” see faces again, and engage in previously enjoyed activities such as dining out, traveling, and gathering …

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Finding Effective Treatment for Depression While It’s On The Rise

Finding Effective Treatment for Depression While It’s On The Rise

Depression has been on the rise in US adults since the start of the pandemic. Data tells us that depression rates among adults tripled in early 2020. In 2021, it was estimated that 1 in 3 adults in America was impacted by depression. In fact, major depression has increased by 28% in adults.  Unfortunately, this …

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