Adequately supporting student mental health is the second wave of the COVID-19 crisis

Student mental health goes virtual during a pandemic


Adequately supporting student mental health is the second wave of the COVID-19 crisis

The global COVID-19 crisis could pave the way for teletherapy to become more widespread among school mental health systems, adolescent mental health experts say.

Many students with existing therapy needs are seeking therapy via phone or online platforms, and social distancing and isolation orders have prompted others to seek counseling for new feelings of sadness and anxiety.

Student mental health experts and district leaders held a webinar, sponsored
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