2020 Mental Health Year In Review

Published on: 30 Dec 2020

Our resilience has gotten us to the end of 2020, the longest, and definitely the strangest year in recent history. From the healthcare professionals who kept us safe and essential workers who kept us fed, to protest and progress against racial injustice, and, finally, to the fastest vaccine development in history, we also have many reasons to be grateful.

Equally notable, whether we worked to construct new daily routines, implement more thoughtfulness into our day, or made the time to speak with a therapist — many of us have learned to prioritize our mental health during this stressful year. 

Here’s a brief look back at 2020, including the grief and uncertainty we’ve managed to endure, happy moments we’ll remember, and how Talkspace advanced its mission of mental health for all.  

Talkspace articles are written by experienced mental health-wellness contributors; they are grounded in scientific research and evidence-based practices. Articles are extensively reviewed by our team of clinical experts (therapists and psychiatrists of various specialties) to ensure content is accurate and on par with current industry standards.

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