Relationships between COVID-19 disease and mental disorders: A view from practice in clinical psychology

Authors

  • Martin Lečbych Ordinace klinické psychologie a psychoterapie, Uherský Brod

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.51561/cspsych.65.5.490

Keywords:

COVID-19, mental disorders, anxiety, depression, psychotic disorders, cognitive impairment

Abstract

In this study, the author focuses on three areas of problems that are observed in the direct ambulatory care of mental health in connection with COVID-19 disease. These are the issues of: 1) neuropsychological deficits; 2) anxiety and affective disorders; 3) psychotic disorders. The author tries to supplement the previous overview studies from the last year with observations from his own clinical practice and draw attention to the need for preparation and sufficient capacity of health services in the field of mental health care.

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Published

2021-10-28

How to Cite

Lečbych, M. (2021). Relationships between COVID-19 disease and mental disorders: A view from practice in clinical psychology. Československá Psychologie, 65(5), 490-501. https://doi.org/10.51561/cspsych.65.5.490

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