Therapy And Coping With COVID-19

It's possible the coronavirus pandemic may have one positive impact after all.
Therapists share some free or inexpensive tools to use when coping with anxiety, depression, stress and more.
Mental health experts share their favorite self-care methods for the coronavirus era.
Sadly, there will be long-term mental health effects from the coronavirus. And they may linger beyond the end of the crisis.
The COVID-19 pandemic and political stress have changed how we should practice self-care. Here's what to do instead.
Being thankful is difficult right now. These simple, expert-backed methods will help you find some positives.
You don't have to contemplate suicide for your thoughts to be dangerous. Here are the signs your mental health is at risk and how to address it.
Journaling can help you deal with stress and anxiety, while also documenting life during the coronavirus pandemic.
It's hard to find a Black therapist who can address racial trauma, anxiety and more. This brief guide can help.
Radical acceptance can improve your mental health in difficult times, such as the coronavirus crisis. Here's how to practice it.