Data Never Lies: COVID on my Mind Part 2 — Interview with Dr. Katie Hale, Post-Doctoral Resident at the Emory Adult Outpatient Psychiatry OCD & Anxiety Disorders Intensive Outpatient Program

In 2020, over 2.6 million (N=2,677,734) people took a mental health screen, comprising the largest dataset compiled for a mental health help-seeking population during the pandemic, and representing a nearly 200% increase over the number of people who completed a screening in 2019 (N=910,750). Courtesy of mhanational.org
  1. Reinert, Maddy, et al. “2021 The State of Mental Health in America.” Mental Health America, Mental Health America, Inc, 2020, mhanational.org/issues/mental-health-america-printed-reports.

Resource Material — For more information on topics discussed in the interview see below.

MHA 2021 State of Mental Health in America

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