In this new video, Dr. Jodie Robison, Executive Director of Centerstone’s Military Services, provides her suggestions for maintaining positive mental health during the coronavirus pandemic. A transcript of the video is below.
If was going to give anyone advice at this time that is related to mental health, I would say that I completely understand that it is difficult to participate in a quarantine. You have to really remain in the house or your apartment or wherever it is that you’re living, and you’re trying to socially isolate. So, some suggestions I would give are the following:
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