Single Woman at Home

Community Psychiatry’s Dr. Allie Shapiro discusses ‘How singles are effected by COVID-19’ on the Psychiatric Times series, “Mental Health Minute”.

During this time of social isolation, people who are single may be having a difficult time. Staying home in lockdown may mean they haven’t been seen or touched another person in weeks or months. This lack of human contact, even if just for a hug, can be difficult for some people to deal with.

Click here to listen to Dr. Shapiro on the Psychiatric Times podcast where she explores these topics and more.

Fighting Family Burnout During the COVID-19 Crisis

Community Psychiatry’s Pavan Madan, M.D. was featured in Healthline discussing how to handle Family Burnout. Fighting Family Burnout During the COVID-19 Crisis By: Leah Campbell, June 29, 2020 | Healthline …

Study Reveals ADHD Symptoms Worsening During COVID Pandemic

Community Psychiatry’s Leela Magavi, M.D. was featured in Verywell Health discussing how ADHD symptoms are worsening during COVID.  Study Reveals ADHD Symptoms Worsening During COVID Pandemic By: Christin Perry | …

How to Know if You’re an Overachiever

Community Psychiatry’s Leela Magavi, M.D. was featured in Lifehacker discussing what it means to be an overachiever and how it affects your mental health.