We may finally be turning the corner on the COVID-19 pandemic,
but the impact on our mental and emotional health lingers. Many frontline healthcare workers continue to struggle with stress, depression and burnout. If this sounds familiar, here’s what you need to know to care for yourself.
What to Look For
When to Reach Out
It’s okay to not be okay…except when it isn’t. You don’t need to be in crisis before asking for help. If any of the above symptoms are affecting your daily life, reaching out to a medical professional is the first step toward a treatment plan that can put you on the path to feeling better.