Pandemic Preparedness and Response

Mental health: This is why cognitive behavioural therapy is being recommended instead of medication

Anxiety and mental health issues are on the rise as people work from home and lose social connections. Image: Thought Catalog/Unsplash

Kayleigh Bateman

Senior Writer, Formative Content

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