An Ongoing Process: Taking Stock Of The Mental Health Crisis Among Children After A Pandemic - 27 East

An Ongoing Process: Taking Stock Of The Mental Health Crisis Among Children After A Pandemic

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Children in Ms. Bonner's kindergarten class in East Quogue get time for doing yoga and for exploring the school garden, activities teachers and others who work with children say are helpful in maintaining mental and emotional well being.

Children in Ms. Bonner's kindergarten class in East Quogue get time for doing yoga and for exploring the school garden, activities teachers and others who work with children say are helpful in maintaining mental and emotional well being.

Children in Ms. Bonner's kindergarten class in East Quogue get time for doing yoga and for exploring the school garden, activities teachers and others who work with children say are helpful in maintaining mental and emotional well being.

Children in Ms. Bonner's kindergarten class in East Quogue get time for doing yoga and for exploring the school garden, activities teachers and others who work with children say are helpful in maintaining mental and emotional well being.

Children in Ms. Bonner's kindergarten class in East Quogue get time for doing yoga and for exploring the school garden, activities teachers and others who work with children say are helpful in maintaining mental and emotional well being.

Children in Ms. Bonner's kindergarten class in East Quogue get time for doing yoga and for exploring the school garden, activities teachers and others who work with children say are helpful in maintaining mental and emotional well being.

Joan Stong, a licensed clinical social worker and psychotherapist with New Hope Rising, says that demand for therapy services for children and teens has increased

Joan Stong, a licensed clinical social worker and psychotherapist with New Hope Rising, says that demand for therapy services for children and teens has increased "dramatically" since the pandemic began.

Kindergarten students in Ms. Neuendorf's class at East Quogue enjoy time spent outdoors in the school, an activity teachers say is good for their mental and emotional well being.

Kindergarten students in Ms. Neuendorf's class at East Quogue enjoy time spent outdoors in the school, an activity teachers say is good for their mental and emotional well being.

Dr. Wilfred Farquharson is the director of child psychiatry services for Stony Brook Medicine.

Dr. Wilfred Farquharson is the director of child psychiatry services for Stony Brook Medicine.

authorCailin Riley on Dec 1, 2021
Before the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, accessing mental health services was already a challenge, especially for children and teens. Many therapy centers were forced to put potential clients on... more

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