Frequency and perceived effectiveness of mental health providers' coping strategies during COVID-19.
There has been an emphasis on understanding the detrimental effects of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) on individuals' wellbeing. Healthcare workers, including mental health providers, may experience increased emotional and behavioral health concerns to a greater degree than the general public. The objective of the present study was to examine the frequency and the perceived effectiveness of various coping strategies implemented by mental health practitioners during the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as differences across career stages (i.e., trainees versus licensed practitioners [LPs]). Survey data were collected from mental health practitioners (
Current psychology (New Brunswick, N.J.)
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)
Reilly, Shannon E; Soulliard, Zachary A; McCuddy, William T; and Mahoney, James J, "Frequency and perceived effectiveness of mental health providers' coping strategies during COVID-19." (2021). Clinical Neuropsychology. 21.