Friday, March 27, 2020
Now more than ever many of us need to speak with our therapists. Levels of anxiety are running high, and mood swings seem the new normal for those of us with anxiety, depression and bipolar disorder.
But orders from most state governors have us stuck inside, even in quarantine, and our therapists’ offices are closed to in-person sessions. While therapists and doctors are scrambling to set-up the technology to conduct appointments over the phone, through FaceTime or Skype, many aren’t equipped to make the change quickly. And the demand is overwhelming.