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Psychologists face ‘tsunami’ of demand during COVID-19 pandemic, bushfire anniversaries

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People seeking support for mental health are facing long wait times in regional Australia, with those in south-east New South Wales having to wait up to six months to access a face-to-face appointment.

Demand for psychologists has grown continuously during the coronavirus pandemic and since last summer’s devastating bushfires, and health providers are noticing an increase in people reaching out for help 12 months on from the fires.



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