In The Pilot: Mental Health Awareness Month- Reflecting on One Year of Pandemic

Friday, May 21, 2021

                        

Pictured: Callie Armstrong, LICSW, connects with a Family Counseling and Guidance Center client via Zoom.

May is Mental Health Awareness month, an initiative to reinforce the importance of mental health and well-being and reduce the stigma associated with seeking mental health treatment. The health and economic crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has profound mental health challenges for people of all ages.

This month, Callie Armstrong, LICSW, clinical director of Catholic Charities of Boston's Family Counseling and Guidance Center, reflected on supporting the Clinic's clients through one year of living in a pandemic and shared tips on how we can all focus more on our mental health.

Please click here to read the Boston Pilot article where she shares her thoughts.