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Resources for Journalists' Mental Health

The difficulty of covering a seemingly never-ending news cycle, coupled with the personal and professional stress of the COVID-19 pandemic, social and political strife, and increased harassment and threats against the free press have taken a toll on journalists’ mental health. Resources are available for journalists who are feeling stressed, exhausted and burned-out to learn self-care techniques, cope with the emotional demands of their stories, help identify potentially serious mental health issues within themselves and others, and find professional support. Resources are also available for broadcast leaders to help develop best practices that promote the mental and emotional well-being of their newsrooms.

Mental Health Resources

Journalists' Mental Health News and Opinions

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