Can ‘Cognitive Behavioural Therapy’ help during Lockdown?

As the majority of people prepared for more self-isolation, London Live News has spoken to one expert, who says Cognitive Behavioural Therapy could be a solution to protection our mental health. Joanna Hogan explained to our reporter James Dickman, how anxiety is an expected symptom of being separated from others. She set out a few thoughts on tips on how we can help cope during stressful times.


Ben Ervine 29th May 2020


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