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Thriveworks Counseling conducts a survey that reveals US adults in counseling are feeling stressed and depressed

By Anthony Centore posted 10-31-2020 16:12

  

Thriveworks Counseling conducted a survey of 275 mental health professionals. Based on survey results, the most prevalent mental health issues resulting from the election are stress and fear.


Survey results 

About 81% of participants said their clients are currently talking about election-related stress and approximately 78% said that their clients report feeling fearful of the outcome. Additionally, US adults in counseling are feeling depressed as well as hopeless.



Nearly 66% of respondents said their clients have reported depression symptoms related to the election and 56% said their clients have reported feeling hopeless about it.

 

Read more about these survey results and professional recommendations for working through election-related stress, depression, and other tough emotions.

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