Health News You Can Use: How to Cope with Election Anxiety and Mental Health During the Holidays

November 3, 2020

Between the election and the COVID-19 pandemic, it's a stressful time for many Americans.

Monty Miller, a psychotherapist and clinical manager of Saint Luke's Behavioral Health Services, shares helpful tips on how to cope with and work through these high emotions. 

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