Coronavirus and social claustrophobia: the new psychological frontier

16 April 2020

Dr Stephen Blumenthal, Consultant Clinical Psychologist and Psychoanalyst, discusses coronavirus and psychological consequences of lockdown in a new opinion editorial for the Telegraph.

We know the dangers of loneliness. But the drawbacks of living in small spaces with the same people has an impact on emotional self-regulation and this will affect us all in different ways.

How will relationships be shaped by these unparalleled domestic arrangements and what will be the longer term outcome? 

Read the full article online now, or see the April 16 edition of The Daily Telegraph newspaper.

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