Field Notes: COVID-19 and the Provision of Psychological Services
In this report we have opened the door for future, expanded studies regarding the impact of COVID-19 on psychological services being rendered in three regions of our world. As is the case with all pilot studies and preliminary analyses, many questions are identified—and no answers are provided. We propose that some answers—however tentative—to these important questions should be found in more extensive and systematic investigations. There will be future pandemics and psychological services will be sought by those people who face the many psychological challenges associated with elusive and deadly viruses. We must find the best ways in which to address these challenges, as well as the equally as demanding challenges facing those who are delivering these much-needed psychological services.
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