Covid-19 has caused a global crisis. However, there is another crisis sweeping the nation that often goes undiscussed. That crisis is the rise in mental health issues.
Isolation and community shutdown, fear and grief are among the long list of issues causing a spike in people seeking counseling for anxiety and depression. Relationship problems are another crisis as people experience job loss, financial distress, working from home, and home schooling. The rise in relationship issues, dealing with loss, grief, depression, and anxiety are all resulting in more people seeking counseling. The economic impact of job loss and working from home, home schooling, and curbing activities has caused a surge in those looking for couple’s therapy and relationship guidance.
The trauma of loss or sickness, the fear of the unknown, the anger and sadness felt by the current happenings has all resulted in a high demand for counseling for individuals and couples.
The Top 20 by Simply was designed to give those seeking assistance by a mental health provider one less thing to stress and worry about. Many of our therapists specialize in relationship problems for individuals, couples, and families. We have counselors that specialize in PTSD and anger, as well as depression and anxiety. Our directory is set up to allow the user to quickly identify which provider specializes in their unique needs, what age group they work with, and a unique video so that the person in need of mental health help can get a “feel” for the provider with confidence that they are making the right choice.
The CDC indicates that the stress of covid-19 can cause:
- Fear, anger, sadness, worry, numbness, or frustration.
- Changes in appetite, energy, desires, and interests.
- Difficulty concentrating and making decisions.
- Difficulty sleeping or nightmares.
- Physical reactions, such as headache, body pains, stomach problems, and skin rashes.
- Worsening of chronic health problems.
- Worsening of mental health conditions.
The Top 20 by Simply listings offer mental health providers including: therapists, counselors, psychologists, psychiatrists, and medical doctors.
The long-term impact on our society of Covid-19 and the ensuing pandemic is unknown but addressing concerns and troubles now can help you navigate our new normal and position you for a successful post pandemic future.
Let one of our mental health providers help you.
We are all in this together.