How the pandemic forced mental health care to change for the better
To truly provide mental healthcare in the time of COVID-19, providers are exploring technological innovation, new science, new mental health care platforms, more equitable access to technology, and a delicate mix of software and a human touch.
“The status quo wasn’t ethical,” Jessica Schleider, a psychologist and recipient of the Klingenstein Third Generation Foundation Access to Care grant who runs the Lab for Scalable Mental Health at Stony Brook University, says. It kept too many people out of the mental health services they needed. “We can’t go back to it.”
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