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Jonathan Abramowitz, a professor in Carolina’s department of psychology and neuroscience, explains how the pandemic normalized virtual therapy appointments and made therapy more accessible.

Online therapy is a potential game changer for millions of Americans who once lacked access to a therapist for myriad reasons.

“People who live in rural areas, maybe they’re driving four hours for a one-hour session,” Abramowitz said. “There were these therapy deserts. You don’t have that anymore.”

USA Today