Health News You Can Use: PTSD and delayed trauma responses due to the COVID pandemic

June 23, 2021

After over a year of the pandemic and more than 600,000 deaths due to COVID in the US, mental health professionals across are seeing patients dealing with PTSD and other delayed trauma responses.

On this week's Health News You Can Use, we’re talking to Monty Miller, psychotherapist with Saint Luke's Behavioral Health Specialist, about this mental health response and an innovative therapy new to Kansas City.

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