The Multi-Systemic Impact of COVID-19 on Children
Keywords:covid-19, children, family therapy
While COVID restrictions have started to lift for Community Based Services, clinicians have had to continue to balance the need to provide critical mental health services while minimizing health risk to youths and families. Outreach therapists are now dealing with complex family issues related to the challenges of a post-holiday 2021 pandemic surge. The surge in COVID-19 cases has required a reassessment for in person mental health sessions and our role as mental health providers serving children during this time.
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Gomez, F. (2022). The Multi-Systemic Impact of COVID-19 on Children: NEJRSP Editorial. New England Journal of Relational and Systemic Practice, 2(1). Retrieved from https://www.nejournalrsp.com/index.php/mejrsp/article/view/32
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