Family balance during COVIDAs the pandemic continues, we are seeing the highest levels of anxiety and depression since we first learned about COVID-19 back in February of 2020. We have been sheltered with only essential businesses allowed to remain open. Many people have lost their jobs, and many businesses have been forced to close.

Even now as the vaccine is making its way through the “at risk” population, health care workers, and the education sector, we are still unable to fully open our doors. The vaccine, of sorts, is more of an instruction set to keep you safe, rather than an immunization and protection from spreading.

Loneliness and isolation are the new norm. Loved ones are dying of COVID and our elderly have been isolated from family for too long. Alarming numbers of children and teens are reporting thoughts of suicide or self-harm. Depression and anxiety have skyrocketed. Many areas around the country are not equipped to handle this mental crisis.

More children and adults have mental health concerns that are left untreated. Young people are struggling the most with over half of 11–17-year-olds reporting thoughts of suicide.

We Can Help

We must find a way to bring care and treatment to those who need it. Thanks to technology there is an answer to the unmet need for mental health treatment.

Teletherapy – Affordable & Convenient

Reach out to us, we can help. We offer personalized counseling and therapy via text, video, or phone. Many insurance companies are waving copays. Let us help you start your journey to better mental health!


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This article first appeared at ACT

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