How To Maintain Good Mental Health During The COVID-19 Pandemic

Many Americans are mentally fatigued from the stress of being indoors and isolated. Maintaining good mental health has not been easy.

As Chicago Looks To Post-COVID Recovery, Lightfoot Zeroes In On Mental Health Resources
In this April, 16, 2020, file photo, Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot arrives at Wrigley Field, which the Chicago Cubs used as a food distribution hub to help support COVID-19 relief efforts. On Thursday, July 9, Mayor Lightfoot released the city's COVID-19 Recovery Task Force report. Nam Y. Huh / AP Photo
As Chicago Looks To Post-COVID Recovery, Lightfoot Zeroes In On Mental Health Resources
In this April, 16, 2020, file photo, Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot arrives at Wrigley Field, which the Chicago Cubs used as a food distribution hub to help support COVID-19 relief efforts. On Thursday, July 9, Mayor Lightfoot released the city's COVID-19 Recovery Task Force report. Nam Y. Huh / AP Photo

How To Maintain Good Mental Health During The COVID-19 Pandemic

Many Americans are mentally fatigued from the stress of being indoors and isolated. Maintaining good mental health has not been easy.

Nearly six months after COVID-19 came to the United States, many Americans are mentally fatigued from the stress of being indoors and isolated.

Reset brings back two mental health experts to take your questions and get tips on how to stay grounded, balanced and mental healthy during this trying moment.

GUESTS: Dr. Jinnie Cristerna, licensed clinical social worker, psychotherapist with International High Achievers

Dr. Marina Bluvshtein, licensed marriage and family therapist, assistant professor of psychology at Adler University