Posts Tagged ‘COVID-19’

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Social Media — Harmful or Helpful?

As social media has advanced over the past few decades, more and more research has been conducted surrounding its usefulness and role regarding engagement with friends, family, and now even coworkers. This research has been especially relevant in the past year, as social media and technology, in general, have been tools used to integrate a virtual…

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Mental Health Crisis During COVID-19

COVID-19 has had numerous effects on individuals and communities throughout the world over the past year. People have lost loved ones, experienced financial burdens, and have generally been living in fear of either falling ill themselves or of loved ones getting sick. Have we discussed enough, though, how this global pandemic has been affecting mental…

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Continuous Community Support Throughout COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic hit hard last March, shutting practically everything down. A common question most of us had was, “what do we do now?” While the transition to providing telemental health services proved difficult, we at Lakehouse Recovery embodied the concept of just making it work, and that’s what we did. Over a year into…

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