Assessing the Long-Term Impacts of the Pandemic on Our Mental Health

As we mark one year since the coronavirus pandemic was declared, the world has suffered great devastation. More than two million lives have been lost, millions have been infected with a novel virus, and millions have been rendered jobless. In a year riddled with uncertainty, our mental health has suffered as a result. Studies show that 42% of Americans suffered from anxiety and or depression amid the pandemic. Dr. Emily Mohr, Psychotherapist and Senior Clinical Director of Lifestance Health, joined Wake Up with Cheddar for more on what we can do to address worsening mental health.