Most of us will recover our mental health after lockdown. But some will find it harder to bounce back
By Maree Teesson, Professor & Director of The Matilda Centre, University of Sydney
Marc Stears, Professor and Director, Sydney Policy Lab, University of Sydney
Marlee Bower, Research Fellow, Matilda Centre for Research in Mental Health and Substance Use, University of Sydney
Australians’ mental health has tended to decline during COVID-19 lockdowns. Record-high calls to helplines such as Lifeline suggest many are currently suffering.
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- Wednesday, October 6, 2021