In The News: Mental health trends and tips during uncertain times

NW Asian Weekly's Kai Curry spoke with Dr. Albert Tsai, psychiatrist at Overlake Clinics - Psychiatry, about trends in mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

From the article: "What he has observed in relation to COVID-19 and recent social unrest are trends of all or nothing thinking, learned helplessness, and watching too much news. Learned helplessness is a common symptom of people who suffer from depression. It leads to a conviction that one has no control over a situation, and therefore is trapped. Tsai recommends the adage: think globally, but act locally."

Read the full story here.