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Why 'telehealth' for mental health patients seems to be working

Yale Medicine mental health clinicians have spoken about how telehealth has worked for them and their patients. Image: UNSPLASH/Dylan Ferreira

Carrie MacMillan

Senior Clinical Writer, Yale Medicine

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