These days, mental health professionals in Kansas City find themselves virtually eye to eye with their clients. Since the coronavirus swept the globe and shut down cities in a matter of months, many in the mental health field say they now share experiences with their clients' "communal trauma."
Tuesday, May 12, 2020
Kansas City Suffers 'Communal Trauma' Claim Cowtown Headshrinkers
Treating mental health issues becomes more challenging for professionals amid increasing demand and continued local stress as the pandemic impact worsens . . . Here's how they're talking about clients and an uptick for their biz . . . Read more: