Below is an excerpt from this article, published in Theravive, written by Tina Arnoldi. The full article link is at the bottom of the page.
Tasha Seiter, MS, AMFT and PhD candidate, believes people may perceive more emotional and social support at this time because they’re quicker to open up and have intimate conversations. “Usually, people are hesitant to disclose personal problems,” said Seiter, “but because a huge part of the world is in crisis now, we know that our fears are relatable and we can share them freely. Some of my clients are getting so much social support around their reactions to the pandemic that they no longer need therapy.”
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