Dr. Lily Brown discusses children’s mental health issues and school reopening
Updated 04:20, 03-Apr-2021

The mental health crisis following the coronavirus pandemic has affected millions around the world, with children and young adolescents seeing an increase in depression and anxiety and as well as struggles. Now that schools are reopening, are parents, teachers, and schools prepared?

Dr. Lily Brown, director of the Center for the Treatment and Study of Anxiety and an assistant professor at the University of Pennsylvania, explains the impact of the pandemic on young peoples' mental health, how schools have attempted to prepare, and what can be done for students when they return to class.

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