Inside the New York Times: Polling Mental Health Professionals to Find Out What They Thought About the Mental Health Implications of Covid-19

From an Inside the New York Times story by Kate Dwyer headlined “A Big-Picture Mental Health Check”:

Over the summer, when The Times’s Well columnist Tara Parker-Pope thought about the first two years of the coronavirus pandemic, she considered 2020 the “year of the virus,” while 2021 was shaping up to be the “year of the vaccine.” What might 2022 hold?

Her gut told her that the next several years could tell a story of recovery, of learning to live with the virus and of the collateral damage that the pandemic has caused. “It seemed really clear that a big part of that story is going to be mental health,” Ms. Parker-Pope said.