Covid-19 pandemic has India's young anxious, turning to therapy

Faced with a torrent of guilt, fear, worry, more youngsters are seeking help

mental health, telemedicine, doctors, therapy

A lot of young people are also feeling lonely in their homes and are concerned over privacy, spending time with friends and maintaining relationships, says Mumbai-based clinical psychologist Sonali Gupta.

New Delhi
“The nights are the worst,” says Aanya Wig, a final year student at Lady Shri Ram College, New Delhi. “At times, I have called 50 hospitals in 10 minutes but

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