Where to Seek Help if the Middle East Conflict is Impacting Your Mental Health
Here is who you can contact for help
Since the Israel-Hamas War ignited on Oct. 7, it feels as though we've been bombarded online with graphic information and imagery of the horrors unfolding in the Middle East.
The war has flooded news and social media, in some cases, sowing political division. The trauma is heightened for those directly affected by the conflict, but anyone can be impacted and experience vicarious trauma. Today, the BBC acknowledged the toll the war is taking on its staff and has offered more mental health support.
If you feel as though your mental health has been negatively impacted by the ongoing conflict, here is who you can contact for help.
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