Following the 2016 presidential election, psychologists and therapists across the nation noticed a spike in patients from both sides of the aisle who were experiencing post-election stress disorder, the unofficial name for the anxiety and depression brought on by activities such as communicating with people who hold politically opposing views.
Monmouth In The News
In this online-only issue: First-person accounts from alumni working on the front lines in the fight against COVID-19; the story of two alumnae who took part in the largest Peace Corps evacuation in history; five Bruce Springsteen songs that best exemplify the Boss’s vision of America; and more.
A medical social worker recounts her experience helping COVID-19 patients at one Jersey Shore hospital.
A counseling professor examines the mental health impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
An EMT shares what it’s like working in a COVID-19 hot zone.
How COVID-19 is affecting life inside one rehab and long-term care facility.
Step inside a New York City ICU during the peak of the outbreak.
A pulmonologist takes on COVID-19 in the ICU and on social media.