The coronavirus pandemic created unforeseen challenges and an increased need for mental health therapy, especially online therapy. Many people are turning to online therapists for help talking through difficult situations from the safety of home.
According to the CDC, as of June 2020, 13% of Americans reported starting or increasing substance use as a way of coping with stress or emotions related to COVID-19 and Overdose Detection Mapping Application Program shows that the early months of the pandemic brought an 18% increase nationwide in overdoses compared with the same period in 2019.
Online therapy is an emerging health service. As many are learning about online therapy for the first time, accessing reliable, client-focused information is essential.
You can learn how bStable can be integrated into your online therapy by watching this video:
Our friends at onlinetherapy have put together these resources that may be of interest: