As Whatcom County continues coronavirus social distancing, some tips for mental health

The Bellingham Herald

With the state stay-at-home order in place until at least May 31 due to the COVID-19 outbreak, many are feeling the toll being home all the time and can take on their mental health.

David Sattler, who holds a doctorate in social psychology and is a psychology professor at Western Washington University, studies preparedness and response to large scale catastrophic stressors.

The Bellingham Herald spoke with Sattler at a comfortable social distance over the phone. Here’s his advice on how to improve your mental health during the coronavirus crisis.

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