Forbes November 26, 2021
Sai Balasubramanian, M.D., J.D.

Discussions surrounding mental health have never been more prominent or vital. After a chaotic two years amidst a global pandemic, rising consumer costs, and a fluid global economic climate, people are exhausted. But societal mental health was taking a toll even prior to the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic. Statistic after statistic has unequivocally illustrated increasing rates of burnout among professionals, mounting discontent with work-life balance, and skyrocketing rates of depression and suicide—all critical aspects contributing to mental health.

Unfortunately, although mental health issues have exponentially grown over the past three decades, services to address these needs have not been able to keep up with the demand. One of the primary reasons for this has been a lack of sufficient, trained professionals,...

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