Coronavirus Therapy - Miami, FL

Coronavirus, also know as COVID-19, has affected us in many ways. Not only has it brought a great deal of uncertainty into our lives, but it also has brought fear, anxiety, and concern.

A recent poll by the Kaiser Family Foundation stated that 45% of Americans feel that the global pandemic has affected their mental health.

Dr. Carolina Raeburn is a licensed clinical psychologist who is helping people dealing with the impact of COVID-19. From feelings of sadness to depression, worry to anxiety, or grieving a loss, she is here to help you navigate and process. She'll provide you with powerful coping strategies to overcome what you are currently experiencing.

Who can Coronavirus therapy help?

Coronavirus has brought any unexpected changes. It 's altered our ways of life, such as our routines and way of socializing and brought in fear, loss, stress, and overwhelm. It can affect people differently, but you don't have to go at it alone. Dr. Carolina Raeburn can help:

Coronavirus grief, loss and bereavement 

Losing someone you love is never easy. But coping with the death of a loved one due to Coronavirus may become even more complicated. Having to remove someone from life support, not being able to hold their hand, say a proper goodbye, or hold a funeral can lead to feelings similar to those endured after a trauma. Furthermore, the constant reminder of COVID-19 on the news is a constant reminder of your loss. There are so many factors that make this grieving process challenging. Losing a family member to Coronavirus, Dr. Carolina Raeburn can understand how you feel. She can help give you the extra support needed during this challenging time while providing coping strategies to make this transition more gentle.

Diagnosed individuals with COVID-19 who need to process their experience or have any mental health concerns

Being diagnosed with a novel virus can frighten anyone. It can bring fear and feelings of anxiety. It may affect your sleep, and you may begin to feel isolated. But you are not alone. Dr. Carolina Raeburn can help you navigate the feelings associated with Coronavirus, whether you've been recently diagnosed or have recovered, or have recently been discharged from the hospital.

Those who are experiencing anxiety, sadness, or feeling the effects of social distancing and isolation

COVID_19 has turned our world upsidedown. The way we socialize, work, and even go to the grocery store has changed. It's normal for this change to exacerbate thoughts that bring distress. But sometimes it's hard to manage those thoughts and associated feelings.

Medical front line workers who are overwhelmed

Before Coronavirus, working in healthcare was stressful, with approximately 42% of working physicians experiencing burnout and 15% coping with depression symptoms. But now COVID-19 threatens to exacerbate those numbers and the stress felt by medical personnel. Furthermore, the effects of COVID-19 on medical professionals may continue long after exposure to Coronavirus victims has ceased. Dr. Carolina Raeburn helps medical professionals cope with the overwhelm, provides an empathic, supportive space, and offers beneficial coping strategies to help you through this trying time.

Healthcare workers experiencing unexpected stressors.

Coronavirus is novel; hence there are many unexpected stressors that healthcare professionals face. Some of these unexpected stressors may become difficult to handle alone. If you are experiencing these stressors and would like someone to talk to, reach out to Dr. Carolina Raeburn to consultation.

  • Risk of infection - Medical professionals take precautions not to contract COVID-19, but the reality is that they are exposed regularly. It puts them at risk for contracting the virus and bringing the virus home to their loved ones. Moreover, it may increase the likelihood of suffering from PTSD.
  • Sense of helplessness- Some medical professionals are experiencing a sense of failure because they cannot attend their patients in the best way possible, due to a lack of resources, beds, or PPE.
  • Lack of social support - Stress may be higher for our frontline workers. However, coping strategies that involve social support are not as available due to the policies surrounding Coronavirus.

How can a psychologist help during the Covid19 pandemic

Coronavirus has brought on an unprecedented amount of stress and caused fear, sadness, and anxiety amongst many people. Moreover, public health measures that help reduce the spread of COVID-19, such as social distancing, may contribute to feelings of loneliness and isolation.

However, innovation has accelerated concerning telemedicine platforms. Telemental health enables Dr. Carolina Raeburn to help you while maintaining the social distancing guidelines. Studies have shown that telemental health, aka online therapy, is as effective as in-person therapy. COVID-19 has accelerated innovation related to Telemental health platforms. With online coronavirus therapy, you can begin to generate an increased sense of well-being and adopt coping skills to help you through this pandemic and throughout your life.

How can a psychologist help during the Covid19 pandemic

Coronavirus has brought on an unprecedented amount of stress and caused fear, sadness, and anxiety amongst many people. Moreover, public health measures that help reduce the spread of COVID-19, such as social distancing, may contribute to feelings of loneliness and isolation.

However, innovation has accelerated concerning telemedicine platforms. Telemental health enables Dr. Carolina Raeburn to help you while maintaining the social distancing guidelines. Studies have shown that telemental health, aka online therapy, is as effective as in-person therapy. COVID-19 has accelerated innovation related to Telemental health platforms. With online coronavirus therapy, you can begin to generate an increased sense of well-being and adopt coping skills to help you through this pandemic and throughout your life.

So why is now the best time to talk to a psychologist?

Heightened anxiety and fear

Even though you're not feeling it all the time, Coronavirus brought a heightened sense of stress and worry, and it's exhausting. Fear and anxiety can be tricky emotions to cope with during "regular" times, but add in a global pandemic and it becomes even more complicated.

Talking to a psychologist can help you manage the "new normal" involving isolation and social distancing and the things that were a concern for you before the pandemic.

Processing the array of emotions

Everything has happened so quickly, and time has flown by. We've barely had time to process all the changes that have occurred due to COVID-19. With so many emotions involved, it becomes mentally and physically exhausting to face them. People are experiencing feelings of anger, hurt, fear, concern, worry, loneliness, grief, sadness, hope, hopelessness, anxiety, boredom, resentment, and so on. We are experiencing a pandemic; it's uncharted territory for us, and we can use all the support we can get.

Decreasing social isolation's effects.

Not being able to do normal social activities, practicing social distancing, and quarantine can make us feel isolated. Sessions with a therapist can be a beneficial way to check in on your feelings and may also provide you with private individualized time for yourself if you are at home with your family.

Get Coronavirus Therapy from a Top Psychologist in Miami, FL

Dr. Carolina Raeburn can help you during these troubling times. Click here to request a complimentary 15-minute consultation:


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