Currents News Staff
The coronavirus crisis is turning everyday life into something far from normal. Many families are, understandably, having a hard time adjusting.
According to the Child Mind Institute which studies childhood trauma, 22 percent of children suffer from some type of mental disorder, such as depression or anxiety.
From being quarantined to participating in distance learning, there may be long-term effects of the pandemic on children.
Joining Currents News now with advice on how we and our children can get through the storm is Doctor Martha Reyes, a clinical psychologist at California’s Hosanna Foundation.