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How to Get Mental Health Despite a Therapist Shortage

Here are 10 tips for you

Anxiety and depression have been on the rise in the United States since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. This has led to a crisis in mental health that has been worsened by the shortage of mental health counselors.

A significant number of mental health professionals are not accepting new clients. Others have long waiting lists.

The Washington Post asked mental health professionals what advice they would give people who are struggling to find a therapist. About 300 experts from across the country responded with advice on getting an appointment — and tips on what people can do in the meantime to try to help themselves. Here are their recommendations.

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