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In the Media: Mental Health Professionals Are Preparing for an Epidemic of Anxiety Around the Coronavirus
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Andrew M. Kuller, PsyD, ABPP, is a clinical psychologist with expertise in the delivery of evidence-based treatments including cognitive behavior therapy (CBT). He is a senior clinical team manager in the Behavioral Health Partial Hospital Program at McLean Hospital and an instructor in Psychiatry...