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Everyone’s Anxious. Therapists Are Slammed. Here’s How Mental Health Care Is Keeping Up.

In a time when we’re experiencing a collective amount of anxiety, the field of mental health is changing

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TThe coronavirus pandemic has changed so much about the way we live, from how we socialize with one another to the way we work. More invisibly…




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Sara Gaynes Levy

Sara Gaynes Levy

is a writer focusing primarily on health and women’s cultural issues. Her work has appeared in The Guardian, The Wall Street Journal, and more.

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