During the pandemic, about four in 10 adults in the U.S have reported symptoms of anxiety or depressive disorder, a share that has been largely consistent since Spring 2020. A telling poll by the American Psychological Association later in the year found that 74 percent of psychologists were seeing a greater number of patients with anxiety disorders, with 30 percent seeing more patients overall.
These effects are not just going away.
Source: The Pandemic Has Affected Your Employees’ Long-Term Mental Health. Here’s What You Need to Know