Blog posts with the tag "COVID-19"

Staff Perspective: I Did Not Sign Up for this Ultra-Marathon: Challenges to Providing Evidence-Based Psychotherapy in 2023

Dr. Carin Lefkowitz

How can mental health care providers deliver good treatment while avoiding burnout in the context of multiple public health crises? Speakers at the 3rd Annual EBP Conference will offer insights.

Staff Perspective: Impact of COVID-19 on Couples Accessing Counseling

As someone who hadn’t seen patients on an outpatient basis for several years, I decided in late 2021 to explore the world of telehealth. Telehealth was new to me as it was to many clinicians. I think the combination of more time at home and the increased need for access to behavioral health I was seeing in my role as a crisis clinician sparked my desire to begin seeing patients again. 

By the Numbers: 19 December 2022


The percentage of active duty military personnel who had a behavioral health disorder in 2021, according to the recently released report - DOD Health of the Force 2021. Adjustment disorder was the most common BH disorder among both male and female AC Service members. The prevalence of BH disorders increased 10% between 2020 and 2021.

Staff Perspective: Provider Resilience - How the Workplace Impacts Mental Health

As the world has struggled the past three years to navigate a pandemic, it has brought to the forefront the critical importance of self-care, especially for those in the helping environment. Thinking about self-care and resilience, it is often easiest to focus on the individual and to make them solely responsible for their well-being. Historically, we have been told to rest more, eat healthy, exercise, and meditate as ways of taking better care of ourselves. While all of these can have a positive impact on our overall well-being, it does not factor in the important role that workplaces can have in impacting, either positively or negatively, our well-being.

Staff Perspective: Navigating CBTI Treatment Options - Do We Need Providers Anymore?

Dr. Carin Lefkowitz

The interest in virtual treatment options has never been stronger than it is right now. Not only are virtual treatment options more convenient in regards to time and location, but they also mitigate the risk of exposure in the era of COVID-19. Unsurprisingly, research and scholarly writing in the areas of telehealth and mobile apps has skyrocketed in the past two years. This has included interest in flexible treatment options for insomnia disorder.