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Episode #1257
May 27th, 2020
Mental Health
COVID-19 has created conditions that have greatly contributed to the uncertainty of our mental health. Marriages and partnerships are strained, school closures are increasing student anxiety and depression, and the stress of reopening the country is just as difficult as enduring more social distancing. Dr. Jeffrey Kassinove’s background in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy offers insight into our mental health during COVID-19. He serves on the faculty at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine where he teaches cognitive behavioral therapy to psychiatry residents. Dr. Kassinove spends the majority of his time collaborating with parents, families and other professionals to improve the lives of his patients.
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