Psychological Distress & Loneliness — Mental Health Matters

In a survey of almost 1,500 US adults, McGinty and colleagues (2020) studied levels of psychological distress using the Kessler scale and levels of loneliness. They compared the distress levels with national data from 2018. In 2018, the prevalence of serious psychological distress was 3.9%. In April 2020 it was 13.6%. The authors note a […]

Psychological Distress & Loneliness — Mental Health Matters

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