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In the Aftermath of the Pandemic: Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Anxiety, Depression, and PTSD: Introduction

Markowitz, John C.

In 2020 the world suddenly and seemingly irrevocably changed. The Covid-19 virus, previously unknown, often lethal, and without a treatment, began to devas- tate populations around the globe. In the absence of a vaccine, societies retreated to ancient patterns of plague control, namely social distancing. This physical isola- tion protected individuals, kept intensive care units (ICUs) from overflowing, and limited at least the speed of infection—but at a cost.

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In the Aftermath of the Pandemic: Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Anxiety, Depression, and PTSD

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Oxford University Press
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April 21, 2021