By Amanda Chatel | May 6, 2020

As coronavirus (COVID-19) cases top one million here in the U.S. and three million worldwide, stress and anxiety levels have drastically jumped through the roof. CNN reported that, in March alone, the Disaster Distress Hotline witnessed an 891% increase in calls as Americans try to make sense of the uncertainty that lays before us and the “new normal” that is likely to follow. With tensions so high, many of us are looking for someone to talk to (aka a professional who can lead our wild thoughts and fears in the right direction). But because in-person therapy is impossible to do right now, teletherapy—or remote therapy—is the next best thing.

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