Courier Tribune: Increase current, future health by eliminating stress

November 5, 2020

With the coronavirus pandemic to nationwide protests to elections and the need for home-based learning for students, 2020 has more people finding themselves stressed out.

According to the American Psychological Association, this year’s stress levels are particularly high.

The Courier Tribune talked to Monty Miller, psychotherapist and clinical services manager of Behavioral Health at Saint Luke's, about the impacts of stress and ways to cope.

Read the full Courier Tribune article: Increase current, future health by eliminating stress

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