Psychological scars left by coronavirus pandemic a 'harmful legacy' | 60 Minutes Australia
Professor David Forbes is the Director of the Pheonix Australian Centre for Post traumatic Mental Health at the University of Melbourne. He’s a world leading expert on the impact of traumas like wars and natural disasters, on our mental health. While many Australians will recover from the virus itself, the emotional wounds can be harder to detect, and take much longer to heal.
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