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We Can’t Rely On Mental Health Apps…Yet

There’s a real need for easy-to-access treatment options, but for now, experts are skeptical

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LLast summer, Chanel Omari, 34, couldn’t fit therapy in her schedule. She was frequently out of town for work, while also working on a podcast, and it was seemingly impossible to make time for regular check-ins. But she was diagnosed with mild…




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