Jennifer Williams

Coronavirus and Urban America’s Healthcare Disparity

April 30, 2020 Jennifer Williams 0

As America and New Jersey have entered their second month of this Coronavirus pandemic and we passed the one-month mark of our statewide shut-down, many of our leaders’ eyes and ears are opening up to a truth that has been there all along. We have health and medical care disparities throughout much of urban America which most adversely affect African Americans and cut across demographics in that most obvious of […]

PTSD

Are We at Risk of Developing PTSD from Coronavirus?

April 30, 2020 Albert N. Milliron 0

Can people get Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) from the Coronavirus Pandemic? Many people are asking that question.  Or concerned about some of the emotional feelings they are having. Additionally, mental health workers who are not able to see their clients face-to-face are concerned that the COVID-19 pandemic is exacerbating symptoms of those already diagnosed with increased levels of anxiety and/or depression.  Some practitioners are even beginning to see some […]