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The average American adult is more likely to report poor mental health on days with higher temperatures, according to a study published online in PLOS One.
Two addiction treatment leaders discuss the industrywide disruption from the COVID-19 crisis and how it is affecting the psyche of providers and patients.
Provisions in the recently signed Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act include funds for SAMHSA programs, small business loans and money for investing in telehealth technology.
In this blog post, part of the "Coping During COVID-19" series, Psych Congress Steering Committee member Andrew Penn, RN, MS, NP, CNS, APRN-BC, says it will take time, introspection, and community to find meaning from the pandemic.
In this installment of "Coping With COVID-19," Psych Congress Steering Committee member Saundra Jain, MA, PsyD, LPC, discusses how focusing on wellness can help mental health clinicians care for themselves and their patients throughout the pandemic.
In this installment of "Coping During COVID-19," Psych Congress Steering Committee member Vladimir Maletic, MD, MS, discusses the professional and personal impacts of the global coronavirus pandemic.
Repeated media exposure to the COVID-19 global crisis may be causing psychological distress, warns a commentary published online in the journal Health Psychology.

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