People who struggle with anxiety and depression may be feeling especially vulnerable due to social isolation during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Not to mention the overwhelming feelings folks are likely experiencing thanks to the devastating news that hits our consciousness every day.
With restrictions on access to certain mental health offices, individuals might feel like they have no where to turn.
Dr. Bruce Kehr, founder and president of Potomac Psychiatry, specializes in helping patients with anxiety, depression, obsessive compulsive disorder, PTSD, life adjustment issues, and bipolar disorder.
He joins Dr. Susanne to share what he's been seeing in his own practice, when to know when you or a loved one might be struggling, and what mental health resources are available during the pandemic.