People curtail mental health care even as economic stress increases

10/9/2008 | Wall Street Journal, The

Mental health professionals across the U.S. say people are cutting back on the very therapy they need to help them cope with growing stress and emotional angst tied to the economic crisis. Some patients are reducing the amount of time spent in therapy, while others are trying to work out reduced fees with their psychiatrists or cutting pills in half to make their supplies last longer.

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