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How to Help Generation Z Through the COVID-19 Mental Health Crisis

In the Spring of 2020, a global pandemic brought challenges that no one could have predicted. Millions were infected worldwide. In the midst of very public problems, however, a silent and hidden mental health crisis emerged in our youngest population. This group of students now faces some major challenges including increased levels of stress and anxiety. In this episode, Tim Elmore and Andrew McPeak share three ways to help students during these stressful times.

Resources: Pandemic Population
Contact: podcast@growingleaders.com
Social Media: @GrowingLeaders, @TimElmore and @AndrewMcPeak

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  2. Allan Poshel on January 5, 2021 at 2:56 am

    The coronavirus did a lot of things, including the mental state. When I lost my job through the pandemic, I realized that I was now beginning to fade. Every day I was becoming more irritable and confused. My wife saw this and turned to https://drmental.org/calmerry-review. She made me get tested and make an appointment with a therapist. And now after a month of regular sessions of virtual psychotherapy I feel much more confident. I even got a job! We all need help sometimes, and now you know where to turn for support.

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