Georgette Harrison, director of clinical and community partnerships at the Child Guidance Center of Southern Connecticut, said while most people have adapted to the physical measures needed to stay healthy and “flatten the curve” during the coronavirus pandemic, the may not be succeeding as well mentally. Read more
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